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15 Responses

  1. Mary says:

    Hi, I’m a 14 year old girl, My dream to to become an herbalist for all animals, but my love is equine! I did not grow up with horses, but I’ve dreamed for a long time to start a ranch in wyoming! I think it is so cool what you are doing!

    • Casie says:

      Thanks, Mary. I know several vets who didn’t grow up with horses but now work with them every day. Keep working toward your dream!

  2. Love your site! Great information and content.

  3. Would love to get more info from you, I want to go more natural for my horses

    • Casie says:

      Hi Trudy, Glad you found your way to my blog. 🙂 Feel free to sign up for weekly updates where it says ‘subscribe’ on the upper left hand side. Thanks!

  4. Erin says:

    hi there,
    I had our hay balanced for our PPID/IR and IR horses. Can you recommend a phosphorus source? They need 10-15 g/day; I am presently using 1/2-3/4 c of ground flax to meet this requirement, but the one horse no longer eats it willingly. I “dose” their copper, zinc, selenium and manganese. They were voluntarily their biotin, vit. A, vit. E, and magnesium in the flax. Thank you. I enjoyed your PPID article, and look forward to reading more of your work.

  5. Susan Ryan says:

    HI Do you sell the Hemp for horses?

  6. Alex says:

    Hi Casie

    I love your site, I was wondering how your horse is now. My horse is a homebred 3/4 thoroughbred who is now 28, he first had laminitis at the age of 10, which the vet now thinks was caused by PPID, however back then they didn’t really consider this. I’m considering adding Chaste Berry to his food regime, he already has Turmeric, Biotin and Codlivine (note my Farrier highly rates Turmeric for horses).

    I used to get pergolide cheaply but it has been discontinued in the UK, unfortunately I now have to get it from the VET, plus the tests :(, so I’m interested to see whether this would help or whether it would interract with the pergolide.

    My mission is to make sure his life is happy and healthy , we still hack out two or three times a week which he still loves.

    • Casie says:

      Hi Alex, I don’t believe chaste berry will interact with pergolide, but you might do some more research on this to make sure. My mare lived to be about 32 (she wasn’t registered so we weren’t sure of her exact age), but she became ill and we had her put to sleep earlier this year. She did well on chaste berry for many years though. It’s great that your still riding your horse–exercise is so good for them even when they’re older. Wishing you luck as you search for the right answers for your boy. 🙂


  7. Annette Hepler says:

    Any newer updated information on treatment of Navicular in horses? Would very much like to share with a fellow horse owner who has a young mare “believed” to be . And in my opinion only, being treated as such via shoes to her detriment. Thank you.

  8. Kayla says:

    I have 2 mares with heaves and I have been doing lots of research on Spurlina and Jiaogulan. What is your recommendation for my horses? They have had several flare-ups since May 🙁 . Would feeding Spurlina with Jiaogulan everyday benefit them? They are outside 24/7, fed quality small squares in a homemade slow feeder. I’ve had them on steroids multiple times this summer, and what works for 1 horse, doesn’t work for the other. I’m feeling defeated and my wallet in shrinking. I’m pro all-natural supplementation for my horses, so I just want an experts advice on these plants. Thank you!

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