Horses lose large amounts of the essential mineral in their sweat and if it’s not replenished, an electrolyte imbalance may develop.
When you first take to the trails this season, be careful to avoid inadvertently overworking or overheating your horse.
People may worry about putting on a few extra pounds during the winter, but cold weather tends to have the opposite effect on horses.
You can’t force a horse to drink, there are a few things you can do to encourage water intake.
Keep your horse hydrated this winter to prevent digestive problems.
When buying a portable immersion heater for troughs or buckets, there are several features to consider.
Changing circumstances may mean that your horse needs different or additional vaccinations.
Reliability and longevity are the key considerations.
Several different skin conditions can lead to scabbing and crusting on a horse’s lower limbs.
Heat can cause oils, such as corn oil, and even powdered fat-based calorie-boosting products to go rancid within a few days.
A horse isn’t simply standing in a trailer during the trip back to the barn; he’s making constant adjustments to maintain his balance through every curve and acceleration.