Does your horse have stubborn or unsightly tumors or skin growths, and you’re not sure what to do next?
Tune in at 7:00 PM Central / 8:00 PM Eastern on Thursday, Nov. 17, for this live audio event.
Received this photo and note from Lyndsey D. of her 2015 Indian Artbeat filly Piccadilly …
My husband and I did “family” pictures today and although you can’t see Piccadilly’s whole body, her head alone is worth sending you a picture of. She is doing wonderful and we love her!! We also moved her today from my moms farm to a farm closer to our house so I can work with her on a daily basis. She was already making friends by the time I left and the new barn owner is already saying what a sweetheart she is. She left her mom being as tall as she is (roughly 15.1HH) at just a under a year and a half old.
I can’t wait to start working with her even more, thanks again!
Leptospirosis is a serious bacterial disease that causes both recurrent uveitis (“moon blindness”)—especially in Appaloosas, draft horses, and Warmbloods—and abortion in horses. But now there’s a vaccine to prevent it. Is your horse is at risk?
Tune in at 7:00 PM Central / 8:00 PM Eastern on Thursday, Sep. 29, for this live audio event.
As temperatures drop, horse owners should begin to make changes in their horse’s feeding program in preparation for winter. But what alterations are needed? This article covers some points to consider when preparing to adjust a nutrition program for the colder weather.