November 14, 2018

Many horse owners take it for granted that their horse's diet is complete when feeding a diet of hay, or hay combined with a fortified feed.  Hay is "incomplete" when it comes to nutrition, although it serves the need for fibre intake, protein, and calories.  It is nea...

April 7, 2018

Across Ontario, horse owners and riders are welcoming the coming of Spring.  After such a cold winter, the warmer temperatures are changing the landscape, causing seasonal changes in our horses, and thankfully, making it more comfortable for us to do what we love most...

January 29, 2018

Does your horse have a topline that has been showing deterioration while on winter hay?  Perhaps you have been working him/her through the winter and still the topline looks shallow and sunken?  Maybe your saddle isn't fitting your horse quite as well as it should be?...

July 13, 2017

Many horses require specialized diets to optimize health and performance, to properly support a health condition (short or long term), to support aging and longevity, or growth.  Horses undergoing long term stress can also benefit from specialized diets. It doesn't mat...

March 14, 2017

If your horse has any immune issues, metabolic conditions, infections, or laminitis, pay extra attention to iron levels in the diet

January 11, 2017

It is easy to look at hay and assume that just because it is green it is good for my horse and that is all that is needed to know - other than the supplier saying "it's good horse hay".

December 2, 2016

Winter care for horses is just as important as the care they receive during the other seasons.

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