Category Archives: Nutrition

Protein and Performance

The following post is written by Ellen Collinson.  Ellen has been studying, researching, and  practicing equine iridology and herbalism for over 20 years in the UK.  Her clients include leading players in all equine disciplines, including racing, dressage, eventing and show jumping as well as all round pleasure horse owners.  For more information about Ellen or […]

Equine Hair Analysis by Karen Eddings: Hershey’s Results

Last year, as I was doing research for a post on TMJ, I came across an article written by a lady named Karen Eddings, aka the ‘Equine Nurse’.  I later looked through Karen’s website and asked if she would be interested in doing in interview for the blog.   (You can read her interview here.) […]

Free Choice Minerals for Horses

The following is an excerpt from an article entitled, Holistic Equine Nutrition written by Dr. Joyce Harman, of Harmany Equine Clinic, based in Virginia.  Mineral balance is perhaps even more critical than vitamin balance in a horse’s diet. There is a complex interaction between many minerals; even a slight excess of one mineral in a […]