Today’s performance horses are challenged with a multitude of stressors, including exercise, hauling, and stall confinement.
Is your senior horse in optimum body condition for the upcoming winter months? As fall approaches, now is the time to plan for your horse’s changing nutritional needs.
Deciding what forage to feed your horse can be a difficult decision. There are a few simple questions that you need to ask yourself in order to simplify the selection of the right forage type.
Think you are covered with good quality forage, think again. No matter the quality of hay or forage you are feeding, your forage will be lacking in essential minerals and vitamins.
We all know that unpleasant, acrid smell of ammonia when we walk into the barn. Even as we’re mucking the stalls, we can feel it burn our nostrils and sting our eyes. Though it may seem just an obnoxious odor, ongoing exposure to noxious ammonia results in health problems.
Like a glove provides extra protection to human hands and fingers, pour-in pads serve as a safeguard for both shod and barefoot horses. Pour-in pads can provide solar support to both prevent and aid common hoof care issues.
Sponsored by Standlee Premium Western Forage Certified forage is a shortened term for “certified noxious weed-free forage or straw.”…
Sponsored by Standlee It’s officially performance horse season. Whether you’re performing Western or English style, your horse will need…