7 tips for keeping your horse cool
Do you know the vital signs in horses? Have the normal ranges in mind, to be able to identify early indicators of problems.
Dive into the benefits of KemTRACE® Chromium, breakthrough technology for improved carbohydrate metabolism in performance horses, and those suffering from Metabolic Syndrome and Insulin Resistance. Now in all E-TEC® and EQUI-PRO® horse feeds.
KemTRACE® Chromium is a breakthrough technology for Equine Metabolic Syndrome and performance horses, now included in all E-TEC® and EQUI-PRO® Poulin Grain Equine feeds.
Soon winter will be over and with spring in the air we will all want to get back in the saddle and start riding our horses again.
Fats and oils are commonly used in horse feeds to increase the calorie content of the feed or to replace the calories supplied by carbohydrates.
What makes a horse a performance horse? Performance is “loosely” defined as any form of work or forced physical activity.
Everyone wants to see their horses with a sleek, glowing coat; the quality of a horse’s hair coat is directly related to his overall health. Providing the horse with
The shape of a horse's back can vary greatly from horse to horse. The topline of the horse includes the muscles over the withers, back, loin (or coupling), and croup.
Forage (fiber) from pasture and/or hay is the predominant ingredient in the diet for most horses. The digestive system of a horse requires forage to function properly. Horses that
Q: Does hay lose its nutritional value while in storage? A: Hay begins to lose its nutritional value at the time of cutting and continues to lose nutrients both while
Vitamin E (tocopherol) is an important fat-soluble vitamin that plays several roles in the body. Its most important role is as an antioxidant that works closely with its partners Selenium