Monthly Archives: October 2015

Dr. Green and Father Time

If you follow the veterinary research literature on musculoskeletal injuries you will see there is often strong emphasis placed on rapid healing and reduced downtime.  There is nothing inherently wrong with those goals but the reality is that any advantages … Continue reading

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Impaction Season

It can happen any time, but fall and winter are peak seasons for colic, especially impactions. from The Merck Manual There are many reasons for this, including change in diet when coming off pasture, lower water intake when switching off … Continue reading

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Pelleted Feeds

The array of feeds available for your horse today, all claiming to be the best of course, is absolutely staggering. Even if your mill only stocks one or two brands, odds are you still have 3, 4 or more different … Continue reading

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