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Gastric Health: The Key to Your Horse’s Best Self

Kelly Vineyard, M.S., Ph.D. Senior Nutritionist, Equine Technical Solutions Did you know that the prevalence of gastric discomfort in active horses is high? Studies indicate that the prevalence of gastric ulcers in performance horses is 90% or more! Gastric discomfort may negatively affect a horse’s health, attitude and performance. Fortunately, recognizing signs of discomfort and…

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How to Introduce New Chickens to Your Flock

How to Introduce New Chickens to Your Flock   Mikelle Roeder, Ph.D. Multi-Species Nutritionist Purina MIlls Whether you’re starting with a group of new chicks or you’re looking to add a few new hens to an existing flock, proper planning, care and management can help the transition in introducing new chickens to your flock to…

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New Rules For The Road

So you’ve probably heard some buzz about the new laws for hauling horses. CDL’s, CMV’s, ELD’s & all the other acronyms. And it can all be very confusing. We wanted to take just a few moments to try & sort things out a bit. We found the article at Extension Horses to be very helpful…

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Horse Hoof Health & Nutrition: Balance Is Key

Learn more about the health of your horses hooves in this well written article by Karen E. Davison, Ph.D. Director, Nutritionist, Equine Technical Solutions at Purina Mills. It’s full of information too good not to share!   The need for balance seems to arise in every aspect of horse riding and ownership. Your trainer will push…

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