Category Archives: How-To

Horse Hay Statistics

And finally, here is the third and final part of this informative series entitled ‘Feeding Horses on a Tight Budget’ by Dr. Christine King.  (Here are Part 1 and Part 2 of the series, if you missed them.) This post will focus on hay–including nutritional information, planning for your purchase, and additional feeding tips.  For more information or […]

Feeding Horses on a Budget (Part 1)

The following article (which I will break into 3 separate blog posts) is written by Dr. Christine King, an Australian vet now based in North Carolina.  I have been a fan of Dr. King’s for a while now and always enjoy reading her holistic-based articles on horse health.  I think you will find the following information very […]

Natural Supplement Guide for Horses

A frequent question that I get is ‘How much of (insert supplement here) should I feed to my horse?’  The answer isn’t always simple and I want to make it clear that I am not a veterinarian nor an equine nutritionist.  I am just someone who happens to do a lot of research and who […]

Food Therapy for Horses: Q&A with Dr. Fenton, Part 3

This is Part 3 of the Q & A series with holistic veterinarian, Dr. Rhiannon Fenton. This series will focus on food therapy for horses from a holistic veterinary standpoint. Please check back weekly to read the rest of the posts in this informative series! If you missed it, here are Parts 1 and 2. […]