Pregnant mares require special nutritional attention to ensure the maintenance of their own health and body condition along with the proper growth of the developing fetus. In the first four months of gestation, not much dietary change is needed. However, as pregnancy advances, increases in energy, nutrients, and water are all necessary.
The four tactics promoted by Kentucky Equine Research include:
Parasites are becoming resistant to current deworming products. This causes de-worming products to be less effective. Horse health can be adversely affected by a heavy parasite burden...
Horses can live outside in comfort year-round with a few amenities provided by their owners. Successful winter horse care should consider these four areas:
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