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The #1 best practice for treating ulcers in horses naturally

November, 2020 \ by Casie Bazay

Key Takeaways: The type and length of ulcer treatment for horses that your veterinarian prescribes will depend on the exact location in the stomach, as well as the severity of...

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Why is horse conformation important?

November, 2020 \ by Brittany Silvers

Conformation in horses refers to the shape of the body and structure as dictated by the bones.  While there are general rules of thumb for “good” horse conformation, there are...

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4 Tips for Detecting Gastric Ulcers in Horses

November, 2020 \ by Casie Bazay

Key Takeaways: Feeding practices and stress are the two main causative factors behind equine gastric ulcers. It’s safe to assume that the majority of equine athletes competing at elite levels...

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Why do horses get nose bleeds? And more about EIPH in horses

November, 2020 \ by Brittany Silvers

Depending on which part of the equine industry you focus on, you may be very familiar with “bleeders” or you may have never heard of them before.  Most common in...

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Creating Resilient Performance Horses

November, 2020 \ by Casie Bazay

Key Takeaways: Performance horses have a higher risk of incurring injury or developing certain medical conditions due to the physiological and physical stressors induced by work or training. The most...

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How to Get Rid of Intestinal Worms in Cats and Dogs

November, 2020 \ by Brittany Silvers

A parasite can be defined as an organism that lives in or on a host and gets its nutrition at the expense of the host (1).  Although we do our...

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