SUCCEED® Blog:

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

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How to Properly Store Hay for Horses

If you’ve been tuning into this series about the importance of hay in your horse’s diet, you probably don’t need to be told that hay is for horses. (If you have any doubts, feel free […]

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Myth: Horses Need Blankets in Winter

It seems so cozy – a slighly fuzzy horse tucked into a nice clean stall with a warm blanket, a pile of hay, and a heated water bucket as winter cold and snow descend outside […]

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Hay is for Horses, on Selecting and Inspecting Quality Hay

There’s nothing nicer than climbing up in to a hayloft filled with dry, sweet-smelling hay. Your horse would agree — in general, the better hay smells and looks, the better it tastes and the more […]

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Horses and Hay: Best Types of Hay for Horses

Unless your horse lives in a climate where the pastures are always pristine and never have to be closed for inclement weather, you probably feed your horse hay. (So that means most of us.) And […]

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Hay is for Horses, or Forage First

There’s a reason the flippant phrase, “hay is for horses!” has found its way into popular conversation, even among non-horsey folk. Sure, it’s a funny way to tease someone who overuses the expression “hey” — […]

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Myth: I Can Duplicate SUCCEED Digestive Conditioning Program

There’s a myth out there, perpetuated among some horse owners and forum regulars, that SUCCEED can be duplicated in the kitchen inexpensively in bulk  using off-the-shelf ingredients. Proponents suggest that it’s possible to read the […]

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