If you’ve ever attended a horse show or racetrack, you might have seen a foamy substance around the horses’ mouths or flying from their bodies. But what is it? Is this “foam” normal, or is it a sign that the horse is in pain?
If you’ve ever seen a horse at your barn that cribs, you know what a problematic habit it can be. Here is a comprehensive guide to cribbing – what it is, what to watch out for, and how to stop it.
As horses grow into their senior years, they often have a hard time maintaining their weight. There are a couple of different health issues that can contribute to weight loss in older horses.
Zucchini squash and cucumbers both serve as a cool, refreshing treat for your horse, especially during summer. Learn about how to feed it as well as our recipe for zucchini horse treats.
Every animal can fall prey to parasites and horses are no exception. There is a lot of conflicting ideas out there concerning horse worms and deworming, but the information provided here will help you distinguish fact from fiction.
Beet pulp is a quality source of forage for horses and it can even help stretch your hay when you are running low. It can add weight to horses that need a little extra boost and it is perfect for horses with insulin-related issues.