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Possible Answer to Horse’s Death Found in Hay

Hay is just hay…right? Horse owners know that is not the case. Failed crops of hay can contain dangerous hidden poisons in the form of fungus growing inside the plant. The best thing you can do, especially if you are not a farmer, is to keep an eye on your horse for any signs of Full Article

ADM Releases Statement on South Carolina Horse Feed Incident

ADM Alliance reports that trace amounts of monensin could get into horse feed after a cattle feed production run has been finished. And that this is acceptable since they ...Full Article

The correct way to use slow-feeders for equine

As most horse owners know, horses are designed to look and eat food at a steady gradual pace all day long. There are many manufacturers of slow-feeders (devices designed ...Full Article

Tainted feed killing horses at Davie stable

Why would it takes months of investigation to stop the production of a toxic feed that can kill horses? Will they put out warnings and pull any on shelves ...Full Article

Harvesting and Storing Horse Hay

From: The Horse By: Karen Briggs The standard method of harvesting hay is to cut the crop and allow it to sun cure until it has a moisture content ...Full Article

The Mysteries of the Horse -Dr. Juliet Getty

(Note – Dr. Getty is an expert in equine nutrition, an area sorely lacking in any true, applied yet scientific applications. As the person responsible for the feeding of ...Full Article