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Nutrition Feeding for Summer

As with all times of year, what you feed your horse in summer depends on factors such as their level…

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Testing Water Quality: The first limiting nutrient

In the first of a two part special feature, DAVID NASH, Director of Nutrition Technology at Kentucky Equine Research, talks…

Everyday Foods That Are Unsafe For Your Horse

When it comes to feeding your horse, you no doubt are going to want to provide a healthy and balanced…

Nutrition: Hydration through the summer heat

When summer temperatures soar, ensuring your horse is properly hydrated is paramount. LEISA HOFSTETTER of Hof Equine Nutrition offers her…

Feeding Cool Fuel – Extended Article

Equine nutritionist LARISSA BILSTON, BAgrSc (Hons 1), Nutritionist, Farmalogic explains why nutrition can influence hot or anxious behaviour and what you can…

Feeding Cool Fuel

Equine nutritionist LARISSA BILSTON explains why nutrition can influence hot or anxious behaviour and what you can do to minimise…

Feed More Often To Waste Less

To increase the level of nutrients absorbed by your horse during feed time, it’s better to feed smaller amounts frequently,…

The Science of Topline: Feeding the Performance Horse

Equine nutritionist DR BABAK NOBARI PhD, MSc, BSc, takes an expert look at what you can do to support a…

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Feeding in the Winter

Keeping a horse in good condition over winter can be challenging, particularly if they’re older or a fussy eater. DAVID…

Supporting Herbs for Use After The Rain

Written by Catherine Bird of Country Park Animal Herbs. With so many areas along the eastern seaboard, north western New…

Baby on board? Tailoring nutrition during winter in preparation for breeding and foaling season

Dr Clarissa Brown-Douglas, Kentucky Equine Research, discusses feeding the pregnant mare and stallion during winter in preparation for breeding and…

A Guide to Feeding Weanlings

Weaning can be a very stressful time for a young horse and his or her dam. But strategies such as…

Poor Appetite: A Sign Your Horses Digestive Health Needs Support

Sponsored by KER The Kentucky Equine Research Team take a close look at the link between poor appetite and horse…

Regional challenges in feeding

With regions ranging from cool temperate, temperate, arid, subtropical and tropical, the Australian climate poses some interesting feeding challenges, writes…

This burning summer

As a qualified equine nutritionist, LEISA HOFSETTER from Hof Equine sees a lot of confusion surrounding horses ™ and their…

Digestion does best when it’s as nature intended

The domestication of horses poses unique challenges for digestive health, writes DAWN BLACKWELL, who gives us an explanation of our…

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