Infographic: Staying Sane on Stall Rest

Confinement is difficult but often necessary for healing. Learn how to keep horses healthy while on stall rest.
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Long-term confinement is difficult for horses but often necessary for healing from certain injuries and illnesses, such as tendon and ligament strains, bone fractures, and laminitis, to name just a few. Learn how to keep horses happy and healthy while on stall rest in our step-by-step visual guide.

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