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Archive for May, 2014

Beware of GI Disease In Foals

The first few weeks of a foal’s life can be the highest risk period in the life of a ...

Enter To Win!

Participa para ganar esta silla de caballo por la presentación de la información a continuación. Un ganador ser ...

Free Choice Water For Horses

A variety of "old horsemen's tales" once advised withholding water from horses under particular circumstances. For example, many people still ...

Horse Feeding Pitfalls: Lack of Salt

In our continuing series regarding horse feeding pitfalls, we now turn to the need for salt in the equine diet.

Horse Feeding Pitfalls: Overloading Nutrients

One common mistake is adding supplements to the horse's diet without first checking to see if the ration is already ...

Horse Feeding Pitfalls: Wrong Feed

In any catalog or feed store today you'll find a variety of bagged feeds labeled for specific types of horses--growing ...

Horse Feeding Pitfalls: Feed Amounts

If you are feeding by volume rather than weight you may be over or under feeding.

Horse Feeding Pitfalls: Forage

Ideally, the average horse's ration is primarily hay and pasture grass, with modest amounts of concentrates, such as grain, pelleted ...

Poultry Feeding By Stages

For more than 100 years Purina Mills has been helping people raise poultry. In fact, poultry feeds were among the very ...

When Will My Pullet Start to Lay Eggs?

Young hens, or pullets, begin laying sometime between their 16th and 24th week of age.





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