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by Kristen M. Janicki, MS, PAS | Feb 18, 2019
With so many supplements to choose from, it’s important to know what options are effective. Here’s a look at supplement ingredients that are backed by science.
by Clair Thunes, PhD | Aug 13, 2018
An automated feeder that provides grain in multiple small meals throughout the day might help reduce the prevalence of gastric ulcers in horses in training.
by Erica Larson | May 3, 2018
Consider these dietary changes to help reduce the laminitis risk and discuss with your veterinarian whether certain medications could help your horse.
by Alexandra Beckstett, The Horse Managing Editor | Feb 21, 2018
Instead of causing foot pain directly, rear hoof imbalances seem to cause more problems higher up the leg—to the hocks, stifles, glutes, and sacroiliac joint, one vet says.
by Christa Lesté-Lasserre, MA | Feb 14, 2018
For every degree of increase in hock angle, researchers found a 12% greater chance of a horse having proximal suspensory desmopathy (PSD).
by Jackie Hill | Feb 14, 2018
Find out how veterinarians diagnose and treat this complex condition.
by Hope Ellis-Ashburn, MS | Sep 25, 2017
If your pastures are lacking in quality grasses, review these steps for renovating and improving grazing areas.
by Hope Ellis-Ashburn, MS | Sep 18, 2017
In Part 1 of our series, learn which grasses commonly populate healthy horse pastures.