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Slow feeders and haynets offer many benefits for horses, such as metered forage intake and enrichment. But they can also create safety issues, including entanglement and tooth damage. Here, experts offer solutions to common slow feeder challenges.
Finnish researchers found that 83% of the Standardbred horses and 90% of the Finnhorses (a local draft breed) had acute lesions resulting from their bits post-racing. Mares were at a greater risk of mouth injury.
Camping is all about simplicity and going back to nature, but adding horses to the picture means you must make many more considerations. Our sources shared their top tips for getting ready to go horse camping.