4 01, 2017

This time of year is generally known as “colic season”

By |January 4th, 2017|Gastrointestinal|0 Comments

DO YOU KNOW WHY? While changes in management can also contribute to the higher incidence of colic as the weather gets colder, such as less time riding or less plentiful grass in pasture, there has long been known to a link between colic & cold weather changes. A possible reason for this is the dropping barometric pressure associated with most cold fronts. The more rapid & severe the drop, the more likely that the horse will experience gastrointestinal upset.

13 01, 2016

Stop ulcers before they start

By |January 13th, 2016|Blog, Forage, Gastrointestinal, News|0 Comments

-Preventing stomach ulcers- As big and strong as our lovely equine companions may be, their performance and health is easily diminished due to minor malfunctions and diseases of the digestive [...]

28 10, 2015

Matching the Right Feed to Your Horse’s Need

By |October 28th, 2015|Blog, Energy, Forage, Gastrointestinal|0 Comments

Understanding the importance of feeding your horse according to its nutritional requirement. By: Caroline Loos Similar to humans and many other species maintaining a healthy body condition (BC) in horses can [...]

13 02, 2015

Is my horse really just naughty, or could it be nutrition? Client Tracy Vernier shares her story!

By |February 13th, 2015|Blog, Gastrointestinal, Joints, Muscles, News|0 Comments

I’ve owned my Thoroughbred gelding, Valentino for close to three years. As a lot of Thoroughbreds are notoriously known for being “high strung”, Val was no exception to this. We’ve [...]

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