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Is It Colic Or A False Alarm? Colic In Horses

Is It Colic, Or A False Alarm? Colic In Horses Sometimes you just can’t tell. Sometimes it’s a mild colic that doesn’t require a Vet even seeing the horse. Sometimes it’s as obvious as can be that something is wrong and a Vet needs to be called immediately. Sometimes the
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Comparing Mineral Types In Horse Supplements

Comparing mineral types in horse supplements.  We often receive emails or calls wanting or requesting a comparative analysis between Equine Challenge Supplements and the current product a potential customer is using. As an example, some will want to know how much copper is in Equine Challenge? It is easy to
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Common Horse Hoof Problems

Common Horse Hoof Problems .. .Signs, Symptoms and Treament. Dehydration Dehydrated hooves…hoof cracks, pain and discomfort, this can be a real problem for the horse and horse owner.  There are several ways to provide moisture/hydration to the hooves. If the hoof capsule becomes dehydrated, it will prevent normal shock absorption.
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Liquid Gas, Runny Burn in Horses

Liquid Gas, Runny Burn in Horses I have received several calls in the past few months regarding “Liquid Gas or Runny Burn.”  Some of you may be wondering what that is, some of you are all too familiar with it.  Liquid Gas or Runny Burn is when your horse lifts
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Winterizing The Hard Keeper Horse

If your horse is struggling to keep weight on in the winter, add more WHOLE oats to the evening feeding. How much you ask? If you are currently feeding whole oats you can add a cup in the morning and a cup at night.  If you are just starting whole oats the amount will
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