Mare Nutrition

Free Lecture to Cover Equine Pregnancy

Feeding Broodmares

An equine nutritionist explains how a broodmare’s nutritional needs change during her pregnancy.

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Before Your Mare Foals

The final 100 days of gestation bring their own unique developments, changes, and challenges. Get tips to help your mare’s third trimester run smoothly.

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Horse eating hay

Horse Hay Q&A

Is one grass hay variety more palatable than another? Should I feed my horse the first or second cutting of hay? Equine nutritionists answer these questions and more about this essential forage.

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How to Be a Vigilant Broodmare Owner

Serious complications are uncommon in equine pregnancies, but when they occur the consequences can be devastating. Here are 6 high-risk scenarios to watch for.

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controling grassy weeds in horse pastures

Controlling Grassy Weeds in Horse Pastures

Broadleaf plants, such as dandelions and ragweed, aren’t the only weeds that can infiltrate pastures. Here’s how to control grassy weeds that can be prominent in summer pastures, including crabgrass, yellow foxtail, and nimblewill.

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13 Facts About Fescue Toxicosis

Special Report: 13 Facts About Fescue Toxicosis

Round broodmares grazing on lush pastures might make an idyllic picture, but danger could lurk in the grass. Download this special report to learn more about fescue toxicosis, its cause, prevention, and available treatment.

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