Monthly Archives: May 2017

No Quick Fix for Laminitis Risk

It’s perfectly natural to want a silver bullet that will instantly remove the threat of devastating health problems like laminitis but it’s just not that simple.          The classical laminitis stance is something you never want to see. The latest … Continue reading

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Myth Busting

It’s easy for opinions or hypotheses that are repeated often enough to eventually morph into what passes as a fact and from there to a myth that’s difficult to eradicate. These are three commonly repeated, but wrong, horse feeding myths. … Continue reading

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Can We Prevent Arthritis?

Oral joint supplements/nutraceuticals have been with us for a quarter of a century. It didn’t take long after their appearance for the question to be raised regarding the potential to actually prevent arthritis.                       Few active horses escape the … Continue reading

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Do Horses Have Food Allergies?

Your immediate response would probably be – Sure, why not? That may well be true but you could be surprised to find out that a true food allergy has never been formally proven in a horse. Seeds, nuts and grains … Continue reading

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