Researchers compared the impact of three different diets on the recovery of starved horses. Here's what they found.
You feed your horse this vital forage every day, but did you know these facts?
Lack of vitamin E puts horses at risk of several neuromuscular disorders. Here are the most common ones.
When choosing between these two forms of vitamin E for your horse, consider the costs, availability and how each is absorbed by the horse’s body.
If you want to cook your horse a "hot meal" this winter, skip the traditional bran-based mashes.
Good nutrition is the foundation of horse health, but does premium feed mean premium nutrition? Here are five reasons why specially formulated premium equine feeds rise above the rest.
Iron-deficiency anemia is rare in horses but can be caused by the loss, destruction or reduced production of red blood cells.
Chronic pain, stiffness and inflammation—especially in the joints—are common challenges in working horses. Alternative supplements with potent natural ingredients can help restore healthy movement without the drawbacks of traditional drugs.
Patricia Harris, VetMB, PhD discusses how to determine a horse’s body condition and offers strategies to prevent equine obesity.
Equine nutrition researcher Gulsah Kaya Karasu, DVM, travels the world to help improve the diets—and welfare— of horses.
When allowed to make their own choices, fat horses do not eat more than their lean peers and they get just as much exercise.
There are a few basic ways to ensure the long-term health and soundness of your horse's hooves.
… and where trace mineral blocks come up short. As summer saunters leisurely toward fall, many of us are enjoying increased horseback activity or starting to gear up for socially distanced shows. But while it’s good to keep our horses fit and occupied, their nutritional needs should also be a primary focus.
These products are designed to aid a horse’s digestion by restoring the balance of gut microflora disturbed as a result of illness, stress or medication.
Though your horse may relish a nice, warm bran mash from time to time, too much of it can do more harm than good.
People may worry about putting on a few extra pounds during the winter, but cold weather tends to have the opposite effect on horses.
Do you know what fruits and veggies to keep from your horses? Take this Pop Quiz to find out.
Pop quiz! Answer two questions on horse feed to test your nutrition knowledge.
Do you know which five vitamins help regulate your horse's body functions?
Understanding the difference between complete and concentrated products is important to ensuring you select the correct type for your senior horse's nutritional needs.
Follow these guidelines when feeding horses to reduce the risk of colic, ulcers and other ills.