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Where #SeriousHorsePeople come to better understand digestive health in horses and its impact and management.

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Stall Vices & Bad Horse Behavior Can Be Digestive Health Related

We’ve all been around horses with stall manners that range from annoying to sometimes even downright dangerous. Stall vices like cribbing, weaving, biting, kicking, and more are chronic issues for some horses. And perhaps you […]

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Spring Grass Management Tips to Avoid Colic & Laminitis

This crazy wet weather across much of the country is wreaking havoc on our attempts to acclimate our horses at Freedom Farm to the lush spring grass. As a result it’s taking longer than normal […]

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Misdiagnosing Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome and Colonic Ulcers

Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome is one of the better understood digestive issues that horses face. It’s increasingly common knowledge that: The majority of race and show horses suffer from ulcers Ulcers largely result from modern […]

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Preventing Equine Ulcers with Better Feed Practices and Supplements

There’s a lot of conventional wisdom out there about diagnosing and treating ulcers – yet ulcers continue to be a prevalent problem for horses. The “Your Horse Ulcer Free” series will equip you with the […]

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Equine Ulcer Treatments for Gastric and Hindgut Ulcers in Horses

There’s a lot of conventional wisdom out there about diagnosing and treating ulcers – yet ulcers continue to be a prevalent problem for horses. The “Your Horse Ulcer Free” series will equip you with the […]

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Ongoing Discussion on Recurrent Colic and Colonic Ulcers

We recently contacted The Horse magazine regarding the article “Recurrent Colilc Diagnosis” in their September 2010 issue. This began an exchange between our director of veterinary science, Frank Pellegrini, DVM, and AAEP President Nathaniel A. […]

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