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Using Horse Treats as a Training Tool

 
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By: Sue De Laurentis

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Winter Survival Guide: Prevent Horse Injuries & Health Conditions

 
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Baby it's cold outside! Although horses have been surviving brutal winters for centuries, we can always make horses more comfortable throughout the winter.

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Horse Nutrition: The Power of Protein

 
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Of all the components that we consider in our horse's diets, protein may be the most misunderstood. While protein can serve as an energy source, most importantly protein provides amino acids. Amino acids are the building blocks of muscles and other soft tissues and need to be fed continually to support growth and repair.

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15 Spook-A-Licious Horse Halloween Costumes Ideas

 
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Halloween is one of the most fun holidays of fall, but it can be an anxious time for the indecisive horse owner. Check out our collection of horse and rider costumes for some spook-a-licious horse costume ideas!

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Spooktacular Halloween Jumbles-Homemade Treats for Chickens

 
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Ask the Farrier: Horse Founder

 
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By: Farrier Michael Felton CJF

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Hidden Dangers: Keeping Horse Founder at Bay

 
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As horse owners, we can all appreciate the sight of horses grazing on a lush green pasture! But there are dangers that can lurk in those lush pastures. A common cause of laminitis in horses is the beautiful green grasses of spring and summer.

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Got Ticks? How to Prevent Lyme Disease in Horses

 
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We all hate ticks, and this year there are more than ever! Tick bites are worrisome not only because they can cause skin reactions and/or infections, but they can spread disease. The most common tick-borne diseases horse owners should be aware of are Lyme Disease and Anaplasmosis.

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Good-Bye Sun-Bleaching! 6 Summer Horse Grooming Tips

 
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It's finally summertime, which means your horse will be spending more time in the sun! Just like your skin, your horse's coat (especially if a dark color) will need some protection from the sun's harmful rays to hold it's shine and tone. So how do we get our horse to shine like the sun?

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Weaning Foals: Methods and Stress Free Tips

 
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By: Dr. Kelly Walter

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