Giving a horse cattle feed is more than a simple mix-up. It can be deadly.
These common minerals work together to maintain physiological equilibrium in a sweaty horse, a critical job that is surprisingly easy for you to help with.
Rhonda Hoffman, PhD, answers an EQUUS reader's questions about adding oil to horses' diets.
Using just a bit of common sense, you can feed pumpkins to horses as a tasty seasonal treat.
Alfalfa is to horses like steak is to people; in moderate amounts it's tasty and nutritious, but it can cause problems if it becomes the majority of the diet.
How much salt does the average horse need per day? Here's what Harold Hintz, EQUUS magazine's nutritional expert, recommends.
Here are seven of the most common horse feeding mistakes, and how to avoid them. To help you avoid the most common horse feeding pitfalls, leading equine nutritionists describe the problems they most often see.
An expert explains the nutrients loss that can happen in hay over time.