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Monday Myth #46: Senior Horses Are Skinny

We’ve all seen swaybacked, rough-coated horses with bony top lines and hints of ribs showing despite plenty of feed. Open that horse’s mouth and chances are you’ll find it’s a senior citizen. And there’s no […]

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Myth: Certain Types of Feeds Make Horses Hot

For decades the idea has circulated in barns that certain types of feed are responsible for making horses “hot.” Sometimes corn gets the blame, or oats, or molasses, or alfalfa, or any feed that is […]

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Why SUCCEED Digestive Supplement for Horses is Expensive

It’s a review we hear often enough about SUCCEED: “I like what SUCCEED did for my horse, but it’s just too expensive.” If you are reading this, it’s probably because you’ve heard it too – […]

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MM #38: Feeding Horses Dry Beet Pulp Will Cause Choke (or Worse)

Beet pulp is one of the best tools in a horse owner’s arsenal of feed choices. A fibrous byproduct of the sugar beet, beet pulp is dehydrated and sold in pellets or shredded in bags. […]

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Pot Bellied Horse? Don't Reduce Feed, Start Exercising.

Pot bellies can afflict virtually any horse, not just ponies or senior pasture pets. When your gelding is looking more and more like he’s pregnant your first inclination may be to cut back his feed […]

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Monday Myth #36: Horses Get Adequate Fiber from 2 Flakes of Hay Twice a Day

Many horse owners have a daily routine that looks something like this: Feed one scoop of grain and two flakes of hay at 6 am. Ride at 8. Turn out from 2-4 pm (if it’s […]

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