Discover how our diet balancers help provide the essential nutrition to support topline, performance and growth. Diet balancers – more than just for easy keepers
“Your horse may be a Wobbler” is a statement made by the attending veterinarian that very few horse owners want to hear. A “Wobbler” diagnosis
The first thing you will notice about Brazil’s National Horse Breed, is the enormous sense of pride held by Brazilian breeders and the place of
There’s nothing more annoying (and unsafe) than a horse that won’t stand still for mounting. Once you step in the stirrup and start to swing
How ProElite feeds support the homeostatic balance the digestive tract needs to function. The old saying “no hoof, no horse” is absolutely true. Good hoof
Management Strategies to Get Your Horse Ready for the New Season Houses get a spring cleaning, cars get a spring tune-up . . . why
Knowing how your horse acts and reacts when he is feeling good will help you to realize when there is something wrong. Every horse owner
Hair loss in the horse can be caused by something simple, such as environment and temperature, or it can be caused by an infectious skin
When the gates swing open on the 101st Red Bluff Round-Up, more than 600 cowboys and cowgirls from 31 states and four provinces will be
Here’s why amino acids are the single most important nutrient to help horses look and feel their best. Do you want to be the winner?
After taking ranch vacations in Alberta, Hawaii, Arizona, California, Wyoming, Colorado and beyond, I’ve become an expert on what to pack for your dude ranch
Question: Is there an age limit for a mare to be fertile? I have a mare that I am unfamiliar with her history. I am
Whether you’ve had your horse for years or he just came into your life, there will come a time when you face the questions: Is
A lot of people wisely start the Method with a horse that’s already trained, and often times, these horses have been ridden in shank bits.
Veterinarians are seeing an increase in respiratory issues like equine asthma, sometimes referred to as “heaves.” Dust, mold, fungal spores and ammonia can all cause