Use of Natural Horse Supplies

Using natural horse supplies and equine supplements gives us the chance to influence our horse’s physical health and temperament to good effect. Grass, hay and good feeding can’t always provide the best nutrition, and it can be hard to determine what may be lacking. Targeted use of supplements can only enhance an already sound diet and can help with the challenges many owners face with this excitable and temperamental creature of flight.

COPD in Horses

COPD in horses (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease – also known as RAO, Recurrent Airway Disorder and Heaves) as the name suggests is...

Horse Diseases

So many horse diseases that present as minor ailments can be managed if not solved totally by...

6 Uses Of Garlic For Horses

Garlic is part of the onion family and has been used for thousands of years both to...

Natural Horse Wormer: Verm-x

There are many more "pro's than "cons" for using a natural horse wormer, provided that the worm burden is monitored and field...

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Problems with Rye Grass?

Is Rye Grass A Problem in a Paddock?   Letter: I was wondering if you could help? I have recently taken on a new paddock for...

Is Fennel Poisonous?

Hesta the Junkie with a craving for juicy young fennel shoots seen in her owners garden near Arundel.   Is Fennel poisonous to horses?   Letter: Please could...

Apple Cider Vinegar for Horses

Benefits of Using Apple Cider Vinegar For Horses Using apple cider vinegar for horses can...

Pasture Management

Pasture Management For Horses And Parasite Control Proper pasture management for horses is both a vital part of maintaining...

Magnetic Therapy for Horses

Magnotherapy for Horses Equine magnotherapy is the application of magnetic fields (magnets), as an aid to maintaining health and assisting the natural healing system. Pain...

Red Light Therapy for Horses

Equine laser therapy (Low Level Laser Therapy) LLLT, or red light therapy for horses (!) is the...

Horse Worming Programme

Does My Horse Need Worming? The short answer is yes! A thought-through horse worming programme,...