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Beth Stelzleni, M.S., PAS
Ration balancers are one of the most useful but misunderstood types of horse feed.  They are one of the most flexible tools we have to simplify the horse’s diet, and many times, the perfect answer to many of the feeding problems we see today.   In spite of all this, many horse owners fear ration balancers...
Click this link to download a .pdf of the article Seminole Wellness Well Horse Article Horse Feeding Myths and Misconceptions When it comes to feeding horses, there is no shortage of myths and old wives’ tales circulating through feed rooms. Many of these feeding myths stem from traditions passed down through generations of horse owners. While...
Click this link to download a .pdf of the article Seminole Wellness Well Horse Article Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome Did you know that the symptoms of stomach ulcers in horses can be so subtle and nonspecific that they are easy to miss? Did you know that ulcers can affect any horse, regardless of use or age?...
Why Is Forage So Important? Horses have evolved as grazers, spending as much as 16-18 hours a day grazing on pasture grasses and local forages. A horse’s stomach is quite small but his hindgut is quite large, making the horse an ideal animal to ingest large amounts of fibrous material throughout each day. In fact,...
Click this link to download a .pdf of the article Equine Dentistry – Four Things You Need to Know We all want the best for our horses, as we do ourselves. Good nutrition, a comfortable place to live and good medical and dental care are all required for a healthy lifestyle. No matter if you have...
With so many horse feed options available to us today, it can seem like a daunting task to pick the one that’s best for your horse.   While the decision of choosing a horse feed can sometimes feel difficult and confusing, there are a few simple questions to ask in order to simplify the process and...
Horses that are in work have vastly different nutritional needs than horses that are inactive. However, it’s the level of activity that determines how to best feed our performance horses. Horse activity level is divided into four categories: light, moderate, heavy, and very heavy. Horses in light activity are those used for events like trail...
Is my horse old enough to be considered a senior?  When should I switch my horse to a senior feed?  Many horse owners ask these questions, but each situation is unique with answers that will vary depending on the situation.  Like people, horses age at different rates, so there is no set age where a...

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