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Lighthoof: Build-a-Mash Infographic | HORSE NATION

Step aside, old-school wheat bran mashes: check out this video and infographic from Lighthoof to customize a warm, slurpy mash to treat your horse this winter! Occasional or daily mashes have numerous benefits for horses, including getting your horse to drink more water and supporting digestive motility. Plus horses love them! Enjoy these mash ideas...

SmartPak Guides: Nutrition

Editor’s Note: Since this article was published, the ColiCare program has been upgraded to provide up to $15,000 in colic surgery reimbursement. Click here to learn more. What’s Inside INTRODUCTION Nature vs. Now CHAPTER 1 A Smarter Diet Focus on Forage Evaluate Energy Needs Round out the MVPs Add a Dash of Salt Balance Your

What Horses Can And Can’t Eat | Horsemart

It’s fine to give your horse a treat now and again, whether it’s as praise for good work or a way to help them stay cool in the summer, but without the right knowledge, you could end up feeding your horse treats that you don’t realise are harmful to them. Make sure you're in the know...

Feeding Chia Seeds to Horses

I sort of forgot one of my favorite topics in the “C”s so I am going back just to add this post about Chia seeds. Then on ward to the “E”s !! Most horse owners understand th…

Prebiotics and Probiotics in Horse Feed | Horse nutrition, Horse food, Healthy horses

Have you ever wondered if you should be using prebiotics or probiotics in your horse feed? The info below helps explain the benefits of both! Click the i

Nutritional Support for Ulcer Prone Horses

Saliva is your horses natural stomach acid buffer. They only product saliva while chewing. Keep them chewing as much as possible with free choice hay, use of slow feed nets or time on pasture.

6 Crucial Signs Of Nutrient Deficiency In Horses

Nutrient deficiency in horses is something every horse owner needs to know about. Check out this list for the subtle signs.

Equine nutrition 101

Is your horse’s diet up to snuff? Let’s take it back to the basics of equine nutrition, with some diet tips from the pros.

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Hay or pasture analysis can help you understand the nutritional composition of your horse’s forage so you can address deficiencies or imbalances in their diet. With this data, our equine nutritionists will formulate the optimal feeding program for your horse customised to their individual needs.
Easy ways to oil buff your horse in warm weather. Grooming oils for horses add shine, provide conditioning to the coat, and help your horse be waterproof. There are FIVE other ways to do oil buffing.
Helping the horse with arthritis is supportive care, with movement, good equine nutrition, ice treatments, and other supportive therapies.
Mules (half donkey) and donkeys require a lot less feed than horses because they are innately desert animals. Too much feed or the wrong kind of feed and you run the risk of skin irritations, abscesses, colic or founder. The formula for our oats mix to insure good nutrition is very simple. Learn more on my website at www.luckythreeranch.com under TRAINING, especially under TRAINING/ASK MEREDITH/NUTRITION & DIET and Training Tip #6