In The Well Horse program, we focus quite a bit on what we feed our horses. We consider forage quality, daily nutrition values, and concentrate ingredients carefully for the individual horse’s needs. As important as quality is though, we can’t forget about sheer amount. Feeding a horse ‘enough’ not only optimizes weight management efforts, but also determines proper gastro-intestinal function and satisfies innate psychological needs. The question is, How much is Enough?
As a Georgia girl living in Kentucky, snow makes my heart bristle, and my toes cold. The weather has also revealed Ty’s disdain for the devil’s dandruff. Fortunately, with the Guardsman 4-in-1, Ty is ready to brave the cold!
Ty has officially been a part of The Well Horse program for two months now! & a busy two months it’s been! With this, I’m excited to share about Ty’s hoof care as it proceeds with one condition- He must remain barefoot.
As we close in on November, cold weather sweeps through horse country! For owners & managers, it’s important to stay in tune as the temperature drops and grass goes dormant. To keep horses warm, round, and comfortable through the winter, we often need to step in and adjust nutrition programs. Here are 4 key points to keep in mind when planning out cold season feeding!
I am SO delighted to announce that Ty’s road to wellness is underway! Today, I am excited to talk about a specific practice of equine dentistry that has set Ty’s path for physical health. Thank you to Neuromuscular Horse Dentistry!
I’m excited to announce a new in The Well Horse program! While this post gets more personal than I usually go publicly, I think it’s necessary to express Ty’s importance to me, and to those who advocate for the horse. Welcome home Ty!
I’ve studied some of these guys and done some soul searching to put these horses in a different light. With this, I’ve realized how to better understand and manage the cribbing horse and am excited to share the revelation!