Does My Horse Need a Grazing Muzzle?

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You might be thinking there’s no way turnout time could be harmful to your horse. They’re in their natural habitat, indulging in fresh grass, abundant with readily available nutrients while they soak up the sun and kick up their heels…. Continue Reading →

Dewormer – What You Need To Know

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If you’re a horse owner, then every time spring and fall roll around you’re thinking about deworming. Yep, it’s that time of year again! You head over to FarmVet.com, pull up the dewormers page, and oh my…where to begin? So… Continue Reading →

4 Ways to Gear Up for Fly Season

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Hello summer, hello… flies? Fly season is perhaps the only annoying yet unavoidable part of the warmer months. These insects are irritating to horses and humans alike, leaving them with bites, sores, or even rashes and hives. Luckily, we have… Continue Reading →

Scratches in Horses: How to Treat and Prevent Pastern Dermatitis

Scratches, mud fever, dew poisoning, or greasy heels. Whatever you call it, this skin infection plagues horses exposed to muddy and wet conditions throughout the year. Treating persistent scratches can seem like an intimidating job. However, we’ve put together some… Continue Reading →

6 Gift Ideas to Spoil Horse Show Moms

We know them, we love them, we need them. Horse shows could not exist as they do without our horse show moms. Whether it’s showing up with our forgotten items, bringing us snacks, cheering us on in the ring, or… Continue Reading →

The Dangers of Distracted Dog Walking

We’ve all been there – walking our dog may occasionally feel like a nuisance or interruption to our busy day. As much as we love our pets and enjoy our time with them, we may find ourselves using this part… Continue Reading →

Help Your Horse with Seasonal Allergies

Coughing, sneezing, and itching have entered the chat. Just like humans, horses can suffer from seasonal allergies. Allergies are abnormal reactions to substances found in the environment. These reactions can manifest into skin allergies, such as hives, and respiratory allergies,… Continue Reading →

B-Complete: Bananas and Equine Gut Health

The importance of gut health in horses cannot be overstated. A healthy digestive system is closely related to your horse’s overall well-being. One of the most significant factors in equine gut health is their diet. A well-balanced, nutrient-dense diet is… Continue Reading →

The Power of Light: Equilume Light Masks

Are you familiar with the impact of light on your horse’s wellbeing? If you’re a breeder, then you are more than likely aware that the lengthening days of spring result in increased fertility. Light physiologically impacts all horses, not just… Continue Reading →

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