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My horse will not eat enough feed to achieve weight gain, though he readily consumes hay and pasture. What can I do?
A poorly trained farrier has caused my horse much pain recently. His hoof pain now affects other parts of his body. What can I do for him nutritionally?
Can you help me identify major nutrients in common feedstuffs?
What’s the best way to switch horses to a new grain and a new grazing situation?
Can you recommend which feeds would be best during a 100-mile ride for holds at vet checks? For a few weeks after the ride?