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Alfalfa and Nutrition
Though controversy exists surrounding the use of alfalfa as a source of vitamins and minerals for horses, there are also benefits supporting its use. With the right balance of alfalfa and other roughage, horses can benefit from its nutritional content. Finding the right balance for your horse will be the key to ensuring your horse maintains a healthy diet.... Read the full article

Pampering Your Horse
Most horse owners spend a great deal of time making sure that their horses physical needs are met, but many overlook the emotional needs of their pets. The more love and affection you give your horse, the happier they will be. And just like humans, horses can become stressed and overworked, which is why it’s good to learn how to pamper your horse from time to time. This month, we will show you a few things that you do to de-stress your horse, and possibly yourself in the process.... Read the full article

Horse Matching-The Fire Horse (Part 2 of 5)
In the Traditional Chinese Medicine thought pattern, five elements—Water, Fire, Wood, Metal and Earth—describe each mammal’s personality and even impact body function. How do these types apply to horses? Your horse’s personality, health and disposition point to his type. Knowing your horse’s constitutional type can help you choose the proper diet and know how to treat him for optimum training results.... Read the full article

The Devil in Six
Would you like to make your aches and pains go away? Improve or protect your horse’s movement? Reduce the incidence of serious ailments and issues such as ulcers, colic, pulmonary bleeding and low fertility? Enjoy better focus for both you and your horse?... Read the full article

Personality Test Your Horse (or Yourself) in Just 5 Minutes Online at HorseHarmonyTest.com
If you’ve ever wished your horse came with an owner’s manual, a new web site may be just what the doctor ordered. Dr. Madalyn Ward D.V.M, author of “Horse Harmony, Understanding Horse Types and Temperaments” is now offering online horse and human per... Read the full article

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Alfalfa vs. Grass
Nearly all horses prefer alfalfa hay to grass hay, but that doesn't mean you should give them a steady diet of it.Alfalfa, or lucerne, is a perennial legume, in the same family as clover and various bean plants. Alfalfa hay is a good source of energy... Read the full release

Purina Announces New Strategy® Healthy Edge® Horse Feed
(ST. LOUIS, Mo., May 21, 2010) – Purina announces the launch of Strategy® Healthy Edge® horse feed, a nutritionally-balanced diet formulated to support the health and well-being of adult horses ages two years and older. Horse owners ca... Read the full release

Purina Announces New Strategy® Healthy Edge® Horse Feed
(ST. LOUIS, Mo., May 28, 2010) – Purina announces the launch of Strategy® Healthy Edge® horse feed, a nutritionally-balanced diet formulated to support the health and well-being of adult horses ages two years and older. Horse owners ca... Read the full release

New Horse-Sitting Contract details Diet, feeding Requirements, and Medications
The Pet Sitters International CD is designed to serve animal, owner and care giver KING, NC, June 21, 2010 — Pet Sitters International (PSI), the world’s largest educational association for professional pet sitters, has announced a new s... Read the full release

Dr. Metheney Releases White Paper on Ionic Minerals and Equine Breeding Success
Goodyear, AZ, March 7, 2007 – Larry A. Metheney, DVM, of Phoenix, AZ, has released a white paper highlighting his clinical observations of the effectiveness of Ionic minerals when added to the diets of stallions and broodmares. Dr. Metheney has used... Read the full release

How to get a Pretty Tail
Want a more beautiful tail on your horse? There's more than one way to get the effect you're after. It's common now at horse shows to see tails that are so long, so full, and so perfect that they don't look real. Welcome to the wonderful world... Read the full release

Cody Ohl Endorses Daily 72®
Goodyear, AZ, March 29, 2007 - Cody Ohl of Hico, Texas, winner of five Professional Rodeo Cowboy's Association (PRCA) tie-down calf roping world championships and one PRCA all-around world title, has announced his endorsement of Daily 72® manufacture... Read the full release

AHC’s Annual Meeting and National Issues Forum is Fast Approaching!
The American Horse Council’s 2011 Annual Meeting and National Issues Forum, “Congress on a Diet: What It Means for the Horse Industry,” is only a few weeks away. Have you registered for the meeting yet?  In order to obtain the... Read the full release

Cookies with a Clue: Indulge Your Horse to a Healthier Diet
iding your “easy keeper” horse with the best nutrition is hard enough, especially with the millions of products out on the market. Yet, what are you to do if your horse is not an “easy keeper” or if your “easy keeper&rd... Read the full release

Grooming the Mane
Some people spend a lot of time and money bathing and conditioning the manes on their horses. Does that really help?Fact number one: Everybody wants to ride a good-looking horse. One of the most attractive features on any horse is a long, flowing, lu... Read the full release

Cookies with a Clue: Indulge Your Horse to a Healthier Diet
iding your “easy keeper” horse with the best nutrition is hard enough, especially with the millions of products out on the market. Yet, what are you to do if your horse is not an “easy keeper” or if your “easy keeper&rd... Read the full release

Down-To-Earth Natural Horse Care
November 6, 2010—Cornville, AZ: In recent years you’ve undoubtedly made important lifestyle choices; You hunt the supermarket aisles for organic food, swapped your 4” stiletto heels for sensible (and foot friendly) walking shoes, yo... Read the full release

Help Your Horse Stay Healthy in Colder Temperatures
Maintaining a healthy horse through rigorous show schedules and fly season can be difficult. However, adding in winter elements such as cooler temperatures, snow and ice can present a whole new set of challenges. Whether it’s a breeding facilit... Read the full release

Does your horse display the characteristics of his color?
Tradition, they say, can teach us a lot,So here is what horsemen, on color, have thought.A bay is hardy, a chestnut is fastAnd you can’t kill a buckskin: he’ll last and lastA grey is gentle, a sorrel is hotA dun is a horse you’ll be happy you bought.... Read the full release

Prepare Your Horse’s Gut for Seasonal and Weather Changes with Kauffman’s Equine Gold
Lebanon, PA, USA – (September 1, 2010) Kauffman’s Animal Health, Inc., a leader in the animal health industry for over 30 years, would like to remind you to observe your horse carefully during seasonal and/or weather changes. As fall qui... Read the full release

New Research Demonstrates Improved Mare Colostrum Quality
ew research conducted by Freedom Health, LLC shows that SUCCEED(TM) Digestive Conditioning Program(TM) has a positive effect on the immunoglobulin levels of a mare’s milk, or colostrum, when added to the diet 90 days prior to foaling. Immunoglobulins... Read the full release

AHC National Issues Forum Highlights Informative Speakers
The American Horse Council’s National Issues Forum, entitled “Congress on a Diet: What It Means for the Horse Industry,” will feature several important speakers. “We are very pleased this year to have three Members of Congres... Read the full release

Pierson Wins First Cookies with a Clue Contest
uo;This is so exciting,” commented Cathy Pierson, Crystal Lake, IL, after she learned she had won the First “Cookies with a Clue” Tell Us What You Think contest. And what she told us was that, “After winning a box of the KAM ... Read the full release

When Your Equine Friend Needs a “Boost”
Equi Boost by Durvet is an all natural paste designed for use on all horses exposed to stressful conditions to help maintain optimum health and performance.It can be administered prior to or following conditions that may compromise the immune system ... Read the full release

Members of Congress Address AHC National Issues Forum
This year’s American Horse Council National Issues Forum, entitled “Congress on a Diet: What It Means for the Horse Industry,” highlighted the current budget environment in Washington. The issues forum was part of the AHC annual me... Read the full release

 

 

 

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