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Slideshow | Equine Dental Care and Health
Infographic | Equine Allergies
Video | 5 Things You Need to Know: Newborn Foals
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Understanding Equine Nutrition – eBook
Problem Solver Series: How to Control Nuisance Birds on Horse Properties
by Clair Thunes, PhD | Mar 23, 2020
One’s designed to be the horse’s whole diet, while the other should be added to a ration. Which is best for your horse?
by Clair Thunes, PhD | Mar 2, 2020
Find out if oats in your horse’s poop piles means his feed—and your money—are going right through him.
by Clair Thunes, PhD | Feb 24, 2020
Research shows feeding horses alfalfa prior to riding can help buffer stomach acid and offers relief for ulcer-prone horses. But are hay or pellets better?
by Clair Thunes, PhD | Feb 17, 2020
Here’s a look at what hair analysis and bloodwork each can tell you about your horse’s nutritional health.
by Clair Thunes, PhD | Feb 3, 2020
A nutritionist explains why horses need this amino acid in their diets and what happens if they don’t consume enough.
by Clair Thunes, PhD | Jan 20, 2020
A horse’s bloodwork isn’t back to normal after a bout with coronavirus. Leaky gut might be the culprit.
by Clair Thunes, PhD | Jan 13, 2020
Our nutrition expert offers advice for ensuring free-fed horses don’t overeat hay.
by Clair Thunes, PhD | Jan 6, 2020
An Appendix Quarter Horse is unable to maintain his weight on a ration balancer and hay, so our nutritionist makes recommendations for increasing his calorie consumption.
by Clair Thunes, PhD | Dec 30, 2019
Recurrent airway obstruction is a medical condition, but feed changes might help your horse breathe better.
A horse owner doesn’t think her horse needs the manufacturer’s daily recommended serving of performance feed. Our equine nutritionist recommends a balanced approach to avoid nutritional deficiencies.
by Clair Thunes, PhD | Dec 26, 2019
Are you resolving to improve your horse’s nutritional status next year? An equine nutritionist shares her tips.
by Stacey Oke, DVM, MSc | Dec 23, 2019
Does your horse need a dollop, dab, pinch, or peck? Learn to formulate a diet based on your horse’s age, body condition, and health status in this excerpt from the December 2019 issue of The Horse.