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Feeding Goats: What you need to know about forages and winter

Feeding Goats: What you need to know about forages and winter

Goats are ruminant animals who eat plants and digest them through a four-compartment stomach. They are more like deer regarding nutrition, than they are to sheep or cattle, which eat a lot of grass.

Goats are well-known for their ability to forage on anything from fresh grass to woody shrubs. They...

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Gastric Ulcers in Horses

Gastric Ulcers in Horses

We are in the heat of performance season (no pun intended)!

Do you know the prevalence of gastric ulcers in horses?

  • 93% of race horses
  • 58% of show horses
  • 25-50% of foals

Whether you’re a race horse trainer, western performance horse owner, dressage...

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Is Your Forage Forest Friendly?

Is Your Forage Forest Friendly?

Standlee Certified Noxious Weed Free BadgeStandlee Premium Western Forage® offers several Certified noxious weed free forage options. “Certified” means that a forage product is free of any noxious weeds. A majority of Certified noxious weed free forage programs are based on...

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Equine Assisted Therapy: A Versatile Treatment Option

Equine Assisted Therapy: A Versatile Treatment Option

We continue to discover the many ways that horses can help humans, and their roles in our lives constantly evolve, in turn. You may have heard of equine assisted therapy, a newer treatment option that’s quickly gaining in popularity because of its effectiveness. With more programs emerging all over the...

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Giving Horses Pills Just Got Easier

Giving Horses Pills Just Got Easier

Giving oral medications to horses can be an arduous task! Pastes are a little easier than other oral medications, often with a long syringe that can be placed towards the rear of the horse’s mouth. Pills however, can be very difficult to administer to our horses. Owners often grind the...

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