When it gets wet and muddy outside, the chance that your horse will develop pastern dermatitis – commonly called scratches, but also known as greasy heel, swamp fever, dew poisoning, or mud rash – increases dramatically. At the least, pastern… Continue Reading →
When horses frequently encounter high-stress situations, their bodies are more likely to produce negative responses. Events like competition, frequent travel, and new environments can cause general wear and tear on the gastric system of your horse. As a result, horses… Continue Reading →
In today’s equine product market, many supplements exist to help your horse in its daily life. Types of equine supplements range from hooves and joints to allergies and general demeanor. While there are tons of supplements to choose from, only… Continue Reading →
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