Articles on Caring for Horses
- Feeding Horses For Competition
- Simple Trick Soothes Horses
- Flavor Favorites For Horses
- Light Shed on Loading Horses in Trailers
- Protein Supplements Help Maintain Muscle
- No Two Hoof Trims Alike
- Guidelines for Feeding Horses Starch
- Using Tryptophan to Calm Horses Questioned
- Young Horses Fair Better With a Friend
- Matching Horse Feed to Energy Needs
- Plenty of Plump Horses
- Don’t Feed Horses Zilpaterol
- Synthetic Horseshoes Reduce Impact
Some of the feeding routines documented for eventing horses have scientists concerned.
Researchers have uncovered an easy way to calm horses that are nervous about traveling alone in a trailer.
If your horse turns her nose up at carrots, try a banana, or better yet fenugreek.
Light levels make a difference with how comfortable horses are at entering a horse trailer.
Research now confirms that amino acid supplements do help horses maintain their muscling.
When scientists took a detailed look at the work of farriers, they discovered striking variations in the size and shape of freshly-trimmed horse hooves.
Even when fed highly processed cereals, horses don’t experience an unhealthy rise in blood glucose and insulin if their meals are kept small.
In their review of tryptophan research, Australian scientists find that it’s too early to conclude tryptophan is effective and safe for calming horses.
Horses undergo a lot of stress if they’re suddenly left alone in a stall, research confirms.
Knowing how horses respond to different feeds might help in designing a horse’s diet to best meet their exercise needs.
Overfed horses in United States are much more common than previously believed.
A feed supplement that’s given to beef cattle generates awful side effects when fed to horses, one trial has quickly demonstrated.
Lame or arthritic horses may get relief by wearing plastic horseshoes, a recent study suggests.