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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 an average of 150 equine daily at Habitat for Horses, I’m well aware of the “experts” and the wide variety of opinions offered, most of which are made in an effort to sell and promote a certain brand of grain product. Click on CONTINUED to take advantage of Dr Getty’s presentations, books and advice. – Jerry)

Pike County Daily |Stephanie Stanley For the News Watchman | April 6. 2013

photos By Stephanie Stanley Dr. Juliet Getty, of Waverly, is an equine nutritionalist who has written five books about the topic, conducts teleseminars, consults with horse owners over the phone and speaks at various equine events and expos across the U.S. Next week, she will be a featured speaker at Equine Affaire, in Columbus.

photos By Stephanie Stanley
Dr. Juliet Getty, of Waverly, is an equine nutritionalist who has written five books about the topic, conducts teleseminars, consults with horse owners over the phone and speaks at various equine events and expos across the U.S. Next week, she will be a featured speaker at Equine Affaire, in Columbus.

“We have spent our days and nights attempting to discover the mysteries of the horse and have found it to be a never-ending journey. But the rewards are an elixir. The soul prospers from sharing, caring, relating and fulfilling… See the world from the horses’ end of the lead rope. Give them the choice of choice. Care enough to want them to be healthy and happy. It will come back a hundredfold.” -Joe Camp

Dr. Juliet Getty has devoted her life to caring for and relating to horses and sharing her knowledge of equine nutrition with horse owners around the globe.

Getty, of Waverly, is an equine nutritional expert who present teleseminars, provides telephone consultations with horse owners, has written five books, and speaks at equine expos and events across the U.S. Next week, she will be a featured speaker at the Equine Affaire, in Columbus.

“From a nutritional perspective, horses are unlike most animals and have a unique digestive system,” said Getty. “Therefore, it is critical to their overall health and well-being that horse owners educate themselves on how to feed horses.”

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