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LC 9h
Let the riots begin..
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Outdoor Functional Wear 8h
Kim, Wow Silver Whinnys are Fab!!! I've just swapped the sox after the first 24 hours, I cannot believe how dry her leg is, they are all drier than they have been but the one with the sock on is bone dry, I can't get over it, onwards and upwards 😃
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KY Equine Research 5h
Nephrosplenic entrapment of the large colon remains a common cause of recurrent colic in horses. Read more:
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Replying to @seabiscuit7
Check the website - lots of articles. Try this one:
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Does your horse's water trough have fish? Lots of pros and lots of cons to this.
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How many coolers do you have? Wool, fleece, or knit? Here are the differences:
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Here's why you should steer clear of haylage, at least haylage in the US:
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I love a good rump design! Do you like to "decorate" your horse?
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BarnManager Nov 12
Recycle mushroom and vegetables trays to catch the inevitable spills from your hoof dressings, ointments, or leaking bottles! (Tip via )
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KY Equine Research Nov 12
Many studies outline common causes of poor performance among racehorses, but there is less information available for sport horses that fail to live up to expectations.
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KY Equine Research Nov 11
Considering pastured horses spend approximately 16-18 hours each day grazing, what do horses on drylots do with their time? Read more:
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Ky Eventer Probs Nov 10
“Why do you clip every year”
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GreenGuard Equine Nov 11
Meet Skittles, a horse in their early 20s, enjoying turnout time in a GreenGuard Grazing Muzzle. Not only do we love seeing your horses, but also the pastures they graze in. From Spring to Fall, GreenGuard users show us some of the most beautiful landscapes on Earth!
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Proequinegrooms Nov 8
Horse trailer tires - here's what to know about them so they don't blow out on the road!
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GreenGuard Equine Nov 8
Meet Lily, a 9-yr-old Mustang. Her owner, Emelyn, says the grazing muzzles Lily's worn in the past "made her sneeze and she absolutely hated them." Since switching to the GreenGuard muzzle, "she seems much happier, comfortable, and healthy!" Brilliant!
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Proequinegrooms Nov 8
Your horse's stifle joint is amazing - here's an inside look at the stifle, and what you need to know about it.
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Proequinegrooms Nov 7
How do you keep your horse from getting tangled in the fence?
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Proequinegrooms Nov 7
How do you break in your new english saddle?
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Proequinegrooms Nov 7
Things you put on horse hooves - oils, conditioners, hardeners, and dressings - here are the differences:
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