Rotational grazing is recognized as one of the most effective and sustainable ways to manage pastures for livestock — that applies to horses as well. Here are five reasons why rotational grazing can benefit your horses: (more…)
Whether you’re out on the trail for several miles or competing in the ring on a hot day, knowing how to check your horse’s vital signs could come in handy — and it’s something every equestrian should know. (more…)
There’s no doubt about it — warmer weather has arrived in the Northern Hemisphere, which means flies have hatched and are ready and willing to bug the living crap out of our horses. Here are seven fly control tips to keep your horses happy and healthy.
For horse owners, nothing is more frightening than hearing the word COLIC! Winter is an important season to focus on colic prevention and ward off water woes that can lead to impaction in the equine gut. (more…)
If you have a senior horse, you know their needs can be much different than those of your younger horses. This is definitely true of their hoof care. Equine Guelph brings us more information on how to go about caring for your senior horse’s hooves. (more…)
Bringing a horse into work requires careful consideration of biomechanics and how to introduce a workload properly. Here’s what Dr. Hilary Clayton had to say on the matter in an interview with Equine Guelph. (more…)
February is Equine Dental Health Awareness Month (yes, that’s a thing), so this is a great time to get a refresher on how dental health can affect your horse and remind you to have its teeth checked. (more…)