March is national nutrition month! And good nutritional practices aren't just important for humans—they're also critical for keeping our horses healthy. So, TheHorse.com staff searched through our archives to find some important equine nutrition information owners should know and understand.

Find more equine nutrition information by searching "feeding" or by visiting the nutrition topic group on TheHorse.com. 

Article: Formulating Equine Diets The most important component of a horse's diet is forage. However, in some cases, diets need to be supplemented with other feeds. Here's what to consider when building an equine diet. Read More 

Article: Understanding Equine Nutrition Terminology Nothing in equine nutrition is simple. When you take a look at your feed tag, it rarely indicates how many calories are in the feed. If you get your hay analyzed, you are left with a list of nutrients and “normal ranges” but no explanation of what these are. Here's a list of key equine nutrition terms horse owners should know and what they mean. Read More

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