“He was only in the pasture for three hours yesterday afternoon,” Concerned Horse Owner told her vet. “I thought he would enjoy some fresh green grass.”
The big bay gelding had laminitis.Read More
Be prepared. That should be the motto of every horse owner expecting a mare to foal.
If you are one of the thousands expecting a foal this spring, are you prepared for the loss of the dam or the possibility she will have no milk?Read More
The calculations for the amount of energy in your horse’s diet (and yours) is based on a platinum-iridium bar made in 1885.
That bar weighs exactly one kilogram (1,000 grams or about 2.2 pounds). It is kept at the International Bureau of Weights and Measures near Paris, France. Copies of the bar are kept at various governmental weights and measures agencies around the world.
What does that bar have to do with energy in a diet? It is the international standard for the metric system. The metric system is used in nutrition calculations.Read More