Four Keys to Stall Rest Comfort

This article is part of our Comfort Awareness Campaign brought to you by Bute-Less.

In a perfect world, your horse would never need to be on stall rest. However, we all know that accidents happen, horses get hurt, and sometimes rest and recovery is the best medicine. If you’re keeping your horse stalled for his safety and recovery, make sure you’re providing what he needs for the ultimate stall rest comfort.

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