How to Get the Most Value From Your Horse Feed

November, 2023 \ by Casie Bazay

With prices of nearly everything on the rise, it’s becoming more important than ever for horse owners to get the most value they possibly can from their horse feed. We...

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A Complete Guide to Prepping Yearlings for Sale

September, 2023 \ by Casie Bazay

As many people in the horse industry know, preparing a yearling for a sale takes a lot of time, effort, and expense. Though most use the two to three-month period...

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Make the best choice: 7 different types of hay for horses

August, 2023 \ by Casie Bazay

Published: April 2021 | Updated: August 2023 Forage is the most important part of any horse’s diet, and for many of our horses, it comes in the form of hay. ...

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Amino acids for horses: A new trend?

May, 2023 \ by Claire Breitschopf

Published: April 2021 | Updated: May 2023  Protein and amino acids can be supplemented to horses in many different forms including; pellets, powders, tubs, and more. However, it is important...

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How to Use Diet to Manage Cushing’s Disease in Horses

April, 2023 \ by Casie Bazay

Perhaps you’ve noticed that your older horse is losing topline and isn’t shedding as well as she used to. Or maybe she’s drinking and urinating more frequently than normal. What’s...

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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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