Grazing horses. Cover for EQ Extra 84, Digestive Challenges
Digestive challenges
How 'gut-friendly' is your feeding program? Take our equine digestion quiz to find out!
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...
A horse looking out of the back of a trailer
Digestion-friendly transport
When preparing to trailer your horse, don’t forget to add “ulcer prevention” to your travel checklist.
Ask A Pro: ADM's Dr. Lattimer
We asked our featured equine nutritionist, Dr. James Lattimer from ADM Animal Nutrition, for his professional opinion on several key nutritional topics.
EQUUS Extra gastric health
Could your horse have ulcers?
A horse’s digestive system functions best when he’s allowed to graze forage nearly 24/7, but that’s not always possible. Many horses are kept in stalls and receive rations that are relatively high in concentrates....
A horse looking out of the back of a trailer
Why you shouldn't feed grain in the trailer
A "to-go" meal could put your horse at risk of choke, ulcers or colic.