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Preparing For Foaling Season Video

Mar 21, 2017 11:29:54 AM

Preparing for Foaling Season Video - Dr. Rob Franklin Co-Founder FullBucket

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Your Horse’s Poop Tells A Story

Sep 19, 2016 11:53:31 AM

Mucking out is part of the daily ritual of being a horse owner. But what does the look and color of your horse's manure mean? Whether you own a high-performance eventer, a working horse, or a much-loved pet pony, you need to know the answer to this. It’s one of the first ways your horse’s body will communicate distress.

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I recently had the opportunity to spend a couple of hours interviewing Dr. Keith Latson, DVM, DACVS with questions I had about high-end, performance horses and how to get the very best performance out of them. 

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We get all kinds of great questions from horse owners about probiotics and how they really work. In this article we try to give you all a basic understanding. Enjoy.

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Egg immunoglobulin (known scientifically as IgY) is found in high concentrations in the yolks of immunized hen’s egg

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0 Comments | Posted in Digestive Problems By Robert Hendrickson

"There are several reasons why horses tend to colic more as the winter months linger. Lack of quality grazing, too cold water and reduced exercise time can contribute to equine colic."...

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0 Comments | Posted in Digestive Problems By Robert Hendrickson

Dr. Rob Franklin, DVM, DACVIM explains how FullBucket equine supplements are used to fight GI problems in horses such as diarrhea, colitis and chronic colic.

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Microflora Warriors with Armor

Jul 23, 2013 11:36:02 AM

Micro-Encapsulation is Armor For Probiotics. Let’s pretend you’re a tiny warrior that’s been sent into the mouth of a horse (full of acids & bacteria) and expected to reach the Hind Gut (80+ feet away).On the route you have to navigate the acids of the stomach (4 gallons) and a 70-foot minefield called the Small Intestine.  And that’s not to mention the snipers and kamikaze enemies we call moisture and temperature.

Once you reach the destination, you have to fight trillions of bad guys who have unlawfully taken over. You do this to give the good citizens (MicroFlora) their rightful territory back. Actually this might make a good video game…

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GI Health in Older Horses

Jul 22, 2013 11:34:52 AM

Frankie was my first horse. Frankie was a jet-black pony that looked more like a miniature racehorse than a pony. He was cool. He was patient, caring and calm – most of the time. Eventually, I outgrew Frankie and he was passed on to my younger brother who also learned the basic skills of riding on the back of that trusted friend.

Time passed and Frankie grew old. He had paid more than his dues and earned a place on our ranch for retirement. For a few years Frankie kept his great body condition and would slick off in the springtime. Later, not so much. His hair wouldn’t shed as quickly, if at all, and he began to loose weight.

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