Making the Most Out of Vaccination Day: Tips and Tricks

Vaccinations. They are something we humans do not enjoy ourselves, so how can we expect our horses to feel any different? Vaccinations are necessary to prevent disease and work to save the lives of many animals each year. With that being said, we need to ensure our horses are fully prepared to receive their seasonal […]

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Colic Awareness: Preventing Colic Part 5

We have made it to the last week of August! While summer is still lingering, Fall is right around the corner, which means changes in the weather and higher occurrences of colic. So, pay attention to this last segment of colic prevention! Dietary support supplement. It is estimated that nearly 10% of all horses will […]

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Benefits of Loose Mineral Feeding

While feeding loose mineral has been a long-time practice for cattle farmers, it has become a beneficial staple for many horse farms as well. Loose mineral is convenient for us, and easy to consume for our horses. More importantly, it helps your four-legged friends avoid these common, detrimental issues. 1) Mineral Imbalances Depending on what […]

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Colic Awareness: Preventing Colic Part 4  

So far during this month of August, we have discussed how forage, consistency, and turnout can help prevent your horse from incidences of colic. Today’s colic tip is one we may take for granted! Hydration Station Like all athletes, it is important to keep our equine friends hydrated at all times. Horses require 8-10 gallons of […]

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