Pastures

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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Transitioning Your Horse to Outdoor Living

Horses on all-day pasture have more opportunities than stalled horses to meet their ethological (behavioral) needs, researchers say. Here are some things to consider and tips for making the switch.

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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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Winter Can Mean Poor Footing for Horses

Mud in horse turnouts can create topsoil erosion, increase soil compaction, and cause slip-and-fall injuries to horses. Here are options to reduce mud on your horse property.

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