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3 Tips to help your hard keeper

Horses that have demanding training or competition schedules, broodmares raising foals, and growing horses can expend a huge number of calories doing their jobs. They need energy and lots of it, but they need the kind of energy that won’t cause digestive upset or improper growth patterns.

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How to help your horse stay warm in winter

Horses begin to struggle to keep warm below certain critical temperatures. Clipped Horse - Critical temperature is 41°F (5°C) Horse With a Thick Winter Coat - Critical temperature is 18°F (-8°C) The easiest and most effective way to keep your horse warm when the temperatures drop is to feed additional forage.

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Is your horse ready for winter?

As the winter season approaches, it is time to evaluate your horse’s body condition score. It is important to make sure your horse begins winter in the best condition possible. If your horse has special needs it may be necessary to alter your feeding program during the winter months.

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Is your horse ready for winter?

As the winter season approaches, it is time to evaluate your horse’s body condition score. It is important to make sure your horse begins winter in the best condition possible. If your horse has special needs it may be necessary to alter your feeding program during the winter months.

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