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Horse Care in Spring

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April 16, 2018

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It may be warm enough for the snow to have melted, but the springtime is still too damp and cold to jump right into summer practices. This makes spring one of the most tedious seasons to care for your horses, preparing them for the warm months of summer. Luckily, we’ve put together a short to-do list so you can start preparing for the summer now. Schedule Your Check-Ups The spring is the perfect time to
Best Hay for Your Horses

Best Hay for Your Horses

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February 20, 2018

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When it comes to finding the best hay to feed your horses, there are actually a select few choices for you to pick from. Generally speaking, however, hay will fall into one of two categories: legumes and grasses. Legume hay has higher protein content, higher energy content and higher calcium levels than that of grass hay. Higher protein is especially important for young, growing horses and/or working or performance horses. With protein levels ranging anywhere
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Cold Weather Care for Horses

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January 19, 2018

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Winter is officially here, and with a change in the weather comes a change in horse care routines. While horses can live comfortably outside year-round, there are specific requirements that need to be met during the winter to ensure a happy, healthy and comfortable living environment for your horse. Here are some things to keep in mind when caring for your horses in the winter. Watch for Ice Oftentimes in the colder, icier months of
Horses in the Heat

5 Steps on How to Take Care of Your Horse in Heat

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August 23, 2017

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Although summer is wrapping up, these later summer months can often be some of the hottest. Heat can be dangerous for horses resulting in dehydration, lethargy, malaise, stress and even colic. It’s important to know the right steps to take when looking after your horses during the warmer months. Consider these five useful tips to prevent heat exhaustion and other trauma to your horses in the heat: Provide Shade Seems obvious enough, but if your