Let an equine nutritionist clear up these four common horse-feeding misconceptions that horse owners often have.
Learn to read a feed tag to understand what’s in the bag.
If hay analysis isn’t an option, you might have to play the odds. Arm yourself with solid information to win the end game.
Everyone around you has opinions about your horse’s hives. H&R’s contributing veterinarian debunks common myths about this condition.
If you live in an area that experiences cold winters, use this winter-feeding checklist to help your horse stay healthy and colic-free. Plus: The Henneke Body Condition Scoring System, courtesy of Purina Animal Nutrition.
It isn’t a “perfect” food, but alfalfa can be a good staple in the horse’s diet. There are a few caveats, but the key is balance.
Learn why obesity is a real health risk, and what steps you can take to help your easy-keeping horse.
Your traveling horse needs optimal feed and water, whether you haul him across time zones or just a few hours away from home. Use these guidelines to help keep him healthy and colic-free.