Keeping Your Horse Hydrated

Facts about equine hydration and how to ensure your horse gets the water his body needs.
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Water is a crucial nutrient for digestion and thermoregulation, among other life-supporting functions, in horses. Signs Your Horse Might Be Dehydrated Encouraging Your Horse To Drink The best way to ensure your horse is well-hydrated is to offer free-choice access to clean, high-quality water.

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