Feeding Horses Prone to Tying-Up

Tying-up is a painful muscle condition in horses. An equine nutritionist offers advice on how to balance your horse’s diet to decrease the likelihood of an episode.

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Brushing Up on Tying Up in Horses

Researchers are redefining the muscular diseases long called “tying-up.” While they seem similar, the causes are different, and each requires specific management.

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