Monthly Archives: February 2016

There Ought To Be A Law

Actually, there is.  It’s called practicing veterinary medicine without a license. It is no secret there is bad information/advice on the internet.  This is taken to another level when it involves statements that are not only wrong but also put … Continue reading

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In Defense of Wheat Bran

Wheat bran has gone from a darling of caretakers everywhere to one of the most widely criticized feeds.  The ensuing impression that bran is somehow “bad” is unwarranted.  In fact, bran has some very desirable characteristics. Bran’s high phosphorus content … Continue reading

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Feeding the Heavily Pregnant Mare

Can you just increase the amounts you are feeding but basically feed the prepregnancy diet and maintain the mare’s weight in pregnancy?  Yes – her amount of fat anyway.  Can you get a live, full term foal?  Yes.  Are you … Continue reading

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Every Horse Deserves to be Happy

Try to think back to your earliest memory of horses, when you were a kid.  If you could have any type of horse picture you liked on your wall back then, what would it be?  The Black Stallion?  A horse … Continue reading

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