Horses with PSSM1 might benefit from magnesium supplementation, but it is important to use the right form and reevaluate its effects on your horse periodically.
Researchers found horses with EGUS are under greater oxidative stress and concluded they might benefit from additional antioxidant therapy.
This omega fatty acid supplement helped two horses with different pain points maintain healthy skin and hair coats.
Our editorial director addressed mild hindquarter atrophy in her Thoroughbred with KPP’s Elevate Natural Vitamin E.
Researchers found that feeding a certain prebiotic product prior to transport and exercise reduced dysbiosis and leaky gut syndrome.
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Scientists are studying the safety, efficacy, mechanisms of action, and pharmacokinetics of equine nutritional supplements.
Born to forage all day, horses constantly secrete stomach acid. Acid-buffers can help meal-fed horses, but will they create future problems? Find out from our equine nutrition expert.
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