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Monday Myth #39: “Every Horse is Different” in What May Cause Colic

Leaving a horse without fresh, clean water or overfeeding grain are practices with high risk for causing colic. On this, horse men and women agree. But when it comes to trailering, competing, keeping horses stalled, […]

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Monday Myth #35: It’s Safe to Feed a Horse Following Colic After it has Passed Manure

Nursing a horse through an episode of colic is a harrowing experience that often seems to happen in the middle of the night. Once a horse has been deemed out of danger, it’s tempting to […]

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MM#34: Feeding Psyllium Helps Horses Avoid Sand Colic

Unlike many types of colic, sand colic is caused by a well-known culprit: a build-up of dirt or sand in the stomach. While most horses won’t intentionally ingest sand, grazing or eating hay from sandy […]

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Monday Myth #32: Certain types of wormer cause my horse to colic

There’s a surprisingly large population of horse owners who have experienced a case of colic immediately after giving a horse treatment to get rid of worms. This has led to a belief that certain types […]

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Anemia In Horses Part 5: Treating Equine Anemia

Anemia in horses is rarely discussed outside of racing circles, but is an insidious condition with significant impact on a horse’s health and performance ability. In this five part series, we will provide a comprehensive […]

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Anemia In Horses Part 4: Ulcers and Anemia in Horses

Anemia in horses is rarely discussed outside of racing circles, but is an insidious condition with significant impact on a horse’s health and performance ability. In this five part series, we will provide a comprehensive […]

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