The Naturally Healthy Horse Blog

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Managing Manure in the Pasture

If you have horses, then chances are that you’ve spent a fair amount of time shoveling horse poo.   The average horse can produce around fifty pounds of manure a day, so cleaning it...

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Planting Herbs for Horses

Herbs are one of my favorite things to supplement for many different equine conditions. For example, I’ve fed chaste tree berry for Cushing’s symptoms, slippery elm for gastric ulcers, turmeric for arthritis, a Chinese...

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Fly Predators for the Horse Farm

Those of us that have horses or even other farm animals have probably accepted the fact that flies just come with the territory.  They’re really annoying, but what can you do? Sure, we have...