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Equine Mega Complete is a complete supplement for horses that is made up of organic mechanically expelled soybean oil, meaning it’s not chemically extracted.


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Are There Supplements I Can Use for my Horse’s Colic Pains?


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Read how Equine Omega Complete helped one horse gain weight and utilize his feed efficiently even in the Oklahoma summer.


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Dr. Lydia Gray discusses how to determine the best feed for your senior horse.


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Blog Review courtesy of Show Ring Ready.
The more we learn about nutrition, the more complicated it seems to become to feed our horses in the best possible way. In recent years, the importance of the correct ratio of omega-3 to omega-6 has become more recognized, and many of the foods traditionally


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A good warm up routine is valuable, whether you are about to school your horse for your latest test in Western Dressage, or are just heading out for a trail ride. Your horse needs a pre-exercise warm-up routine to help loosen and limber up his muscles.


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We’ve been breeding horses for many years and, for some reason over the past year, we’ve started to have a problem with some of our young horses chewing each other’s tails off. I’m wondering if you know of a correlation between a nutritional deficiency or a health issue and tail chewing, or if it is more likely boredom/normal behavior for young horses.


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I always thought that only horses with certain issues [i.e. insulin problems, EPSM, and laminitis] required carb consistency. Any issues with malnourished horses? Also, if this is an issue with malnourished horses, is there a certain hay that tends to provide for more carb consistency than others?


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Can I overdo bran mashes? I’ve been giving more with the long spell of subfreezing weather.


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I’m looking to help my horse build muscle along his topline and hindquarters for show season this year. I’m very confused by all of the different muscle supplements on the market and I’m not sure what is important? What ingredients do you recommend for helping horses to build and maintain muscle?


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I have been turned left and right about bits… this one does this or this one does that… and I am just so unsure. So, could you help me out and tell me what you think is a proper bit for a western pleasure class for a 7 year old full bred Morgan?


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I have heard that it is much healthier for horses to go on no-grain diets b/c it mimics what they would eat if they were horses in the wild. Is it actually healthier? Or do I need give my horses feed? What are the pros and cons of a no-feed diet, where they are just on hay and pasture?


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The winter months can be a great time for learning new skills, or honing and perfecting skills that are already in your arsenal. Sometimes a little challenge can break the monotony in the wintertime, whether for the trainer or the student. There is a trail exercise we came up wit


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I have my semi retired Irish Sport horse on ulcer guard and someone suggested gut smart because it’s cheaper, are they the same thing?


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I have a 3 year old gelding that started showing signs of stifle problems as a yearling. From a yearling to 2 year old it progressively got worse and his legs, one or the other, were locking up. I had his stifles injected a few times and the muscles above the stifle injected one time. As a 2 year old I started giving him Equinyl Combo last October


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