How Much Grain Does Your Horse Need?

by Laurie Bonner Consider your horse's activity level when feeding concentrated meals of grain or pelleted or extruded meals. READ MORE

Your Horse's Strange Slobber

by the Editors of EQUUS magazine Is there any reason to be concerned about a horse's excessive drooling? From the editors of EQUUS magazine. READ MORE

Pop Quiz: Horse Nutrition

Pop quiz! Answer two questions on horse feed to test your nutrition knowledge. READ MORE

An Equine Food Triangle

by Laurie Bonner How do the feeds you give your horse stack up against his nutritional requirements? By Laurie Bonnner for EQUUS magazine. READ MORE

Hay Facts Part 2 - Testing Hay

These tests will help you ensure that the hay you are feeding your horse is not bad for his health. READ MORE

How to Test Your Horse's Hay

by Christine Barakat Follow these five steps to test your horse's hay and screen for harmful bales. By Christine Barakat for EQUUS magazine. READ MORE

10 Most Poisonous Plants for Horses

by the Editors of EQUUS magazine Of the hundreds of toxic plants in North America, only a handful are likely to bring serious harm to horses. Here are the ones most dangerous to horses in the United States. READ MORE

Danger in Your Horse's Grass: Fructan

by Joanne Meszoly If your horse is at high risk for laminitis, you'll want to learn about an increasingly prevalent plant sugar called fructan. Plus, discover pasture management tips to slow down your horse's fructan intake. READ MORE

Fructan in Foods

The plant sugar called fructan that may be present in your horse's pasture is also in foods that you eat. Written by Joanne Meszoly for EQUUS magazine. READ MORE

Equine Nutrition in the 21st Century, Part Four

Advice from equine nutrition expert Judith A. Reynolds, Ph.D., P.A.S., Divisional Equine Technical Specialist, ADM Alliance Nutrition. Written for EquiSearch. READ MORE

Floor-Level Feeding

by the Editors of EQUUS magazine Why feeding hay and grain from floor level is in your horse's best interest. READ MORE

How Probiotics May Aid Digestion

by Joanne Meszoly Consider giving your horse probiotics to aid his digestion and help ward off colic. READ MORE

Equine Nutrition in the 21st Century, Part Two

What's best to feed your horse -- oats, pellets, sweet feed? Equine nutrition expert Judy Reynolds, Ph.D., P.A.S., Divisional Equine Technical Specialist, ADM Alliance Nutrition, helps you sort through the myriad choices horse owners have today. READ MORE

Ten Tips for Choosing Hay

Whether grass or legume, the right hay for your horse is an important part of his nutrition. Here are some tips from the American Association of Equine Practitioners on choosing the best hay for your horse. READ MORE

Are Feed Pellets Enough?

Do horses on complete pellets also need a vitamin or mineral supplement? Here's what the experts say. READ MORE

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