When to Call Your Veterinarian About Equine Colic

March, 2024 \ by Amanda Bradbery, Ph.D.

Published: September 2020 | Updated: March 2024 Summary/Teaser: You and your veterinarian are key components of the colic investigation team and need to act quickly because time is of the...

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An Owner’s Guide to Horse Gut Sounds

November, 2022 \ by Casie Bazay

Published: September 2020 | Updated: November 2022 For as strong and stoic as horses are, their GI systems are somewhat delicate. After all, it doesn’t take much to cause a...

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Your Horse’s Poop Tells A Story

October, 2022 \ by Robo Hendrickson

Published: February 2020 | Updated: October 2022 What Does Horse Poop Look Like and How Often Do Horses Poop? Mucking out stalls is part of the daily ritual of being...

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What you need to know about the margo plicatus

September, 2022 \ by Casie Bazay

Published: January 2021 | Updated: September 2022 Equine stomach function and anatomy probably isn’t at the forefront of most horse owners’ thoughts. However, there are a few things performance horse...

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The digestive supplements for horses that really count

January, 2021 \ by Sophie Dorsch

Shopping for horse gut health supplements can be an interesting process. Given how many options and formulas there are on the market, decision fatigue can quickly kick in and make...

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How to feed a horse (the right way!)

December, 2020 \ by Brittany Silvers

Key Takeaways: Forage should be the basis of every equine diet; horses require at least 1% of their body weight (BW) in hay everyday.  Concentrate meals should not exceed 0.5%...

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