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  1. Horse Health
    I'm currently working on a resource for an article that's looking at the effects of slow feeders on horse teeth. Several posts have come up on Facebook and other places with people showing possible damage due to extended slow feeder use. We want to gather info that folks can use to assess the...
  2. Horse Nutrition
    I have a 15 year old Paso Fino gelding that is a very easy keeper. He's been turned out on pasture with a grazing muzzle this summer, and that has helped his weight quite a bit. His neck is less cresty, and my farrier says he's seeing improvements with his hoof health. My question is, what do I...
  3. New to Horses
    Hello all! I want to slow my mare's eating down so I'd like to start using hay nets. She has a stall with metal bars on it and no hooks are allowed in their stalls. I'm a very paranoid person and stress easily, and I was wondering what's the best way to attatch the hay net to the bars at the...
  4. Horse Nutrition
    My Oldenburg gelding is an easy keeper. I bought him a Natural Alternative Grazer(N.A.G. Bag) and now he has hay all the time, he is happy and he is not getting overweight as he tends to do in the winter. In the past he would park at the round bale and eat 24/7. The wasted hay was gross. He...
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