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.
In the spring and fall, pasture grass contains more simple carbohydrates (sugars) than in the summer and winter, which can complicate horse feeding. Here?s how to adjust your horse feeding in the fall to avoid digestive upset. Your horse?s large horse int
Clues about lameness in horses can be subtle, and it is important to detect these signs of lameness in horses soon for a speedy recovery. Here are six signs of lameness in horses to detect lameness in your horse.
If your horse has a stiff and sore back, there are many potential causes. Linda Tellington-Jones explains possible reasons, including saddle fit, for your horse's discomfort and offers solutions to help him feel better.
Horses can and will live with poisonous plants in their pasture without harm, preferring instead to graze on the more palatable green grass. But when their normal grazing routine is interrupted during travel, they'll tend to snatch at anything green.