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Protein and Your Horse

Myths abound in equine nutrition, especially when it comes to protein. One of the most common of these is that high protein can damage the kidneys.  Excess protein is processed in the liver to urea, which is excreted in the … Continue reading

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The Science Behind Uckele Muscle EQ

When I formulated the new Uckele Muscle EQ supplement I wanted to go beyond the usual topline support to also target suboptimal muscle function that often underlies loss of muscle,  failure to build muscle and exercise-related cramping. From lean Arabians … Continue reading

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Grow strong like Popeye’s horse… if he had one!

Foals grow very quickly and demand a nutrient rich diet to support this growth. The mare’s lactation peaks at about 2 months, by 4 months she is providing about 50% of the foal’s nutritional requirements, and by 6 months only … Continue reading

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How much wood can a horse-chuck chuck.. oh that’s not right!

Is your little angel chewing your barn and fences to shreds? Horses can chew wood for a number of reasons. 1.)  They may have a legit vitamin/trace mineral deficiency and adding a compete vitamin/mineral supplement to their feed just may … Continue reading

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