Monthly Archives: April 2016

Supplementing Electrolytes

Do you know how to supplement electrolytes properly to meet your horse’s needs?  Probably not.  If you are relying on manufacturer’s recommendations to get it right, odds are even worse. Electrolytes are minerals which are free within the blood and … Continue reading

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Abductive Reasoning – If It Walks Like A Duck…..

You’ve heard “If it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck…… it must be a duck”.  That is an example of abductive reasoning, more accurately inference, where a set of observations leads directly to a conclusion.  However, that conclusion … Continue reading

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Omega-3 Fatty Acid Sources

Flax.  Fish oil.  Chia.  Krill.  Algae.  By the time I write this there could be another source, also claiming to be the best for some reason.  Do you need to supplement omega-3 fatty acids?  If so, which source is best? … Continue reading

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