digestive health

Portrait of red horse looking back. Don breed horse
Colic: Improving your horse's chances
Call your veterinarian at the first signs of abdominal pain— but as you wait, take steps to keep your horse comfortable and prevent his condition from getting worse.
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Choke: The right steps to take
When your horse develops an obstruction in his esophagus, doing the wrong thing can turn a relatively minor event into a potentially life-threatening problem.
Three Thoroughbred Horses in a Pasture
Digestive Challenges Bonus Quiz
<p><strong><span style="font-size: 16px">1. In which season is a horse most likely to develop gas colic?</span></strong></p> spring summer autumn winter <p><strong><span...
10 keys to equine gut health
The keys to a horse’s gastrointestinal (gut) health begin with not only what he is fed, but how and when he is fed.