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Supplements Aren’t Just for People! The Benefits of Supplements For Horses During the Summer Months

When many think of the term “supplements,” they often think of shiny gel capsules filled with fish oil for health-minded individuals to incorporate in their daily routine. Truth is, supplements aren’t just for people, and they don’t all come in pill-form. Natural supplements can be a fantastic complement to your horse’s diet, with many supplements […] Read more »

The Many Benefits of Ahiflower Equine Omega Oil for Horses

Ahiflower oil is an omega-rich fatty acid supplement that is extracted from the seeds of the Buglossoides arvensis, an obscure plant that has become sought after due to its uniquely potent omega 3, 6, and 9 composition. Offering a ton of benefits for both humans and horses, Ahiflower is an incredible source of nutrients that […] Read more »

Ahiflower® Equine Omega Oil: Better Than Flax! Not From Fish!

Ahiflower® Oil is a 100% vegan, gluten free, plant-sourced oil, that is 100% sustainable and 100% traceable to the British fields in which it was grown. It is a strong, non-GMO source of daily omega-3 fatty acids, as well as a supply for the body’s daily omega-6 and omega-9 fatty acids needs. But why do […] Read more »

Preventing Founder (Laminitis) in Horses

In a healthy horse, the bones of the hoof are suspended by specialized tissues, called laminae, which provide stability and shock absorption. If there is inflammation or deterioration of the laminae (laminitis) and it is left untreated, there is the potential that the third phalynx bone, or coffin bone, can rotate downward toward the sole […] Read more »

The Top 5 Ingredients for Optimal Horse Joint Health

Ever wonder what ingredients make up the perfect joint supplement for your horse? At any supply and tack store there is a hodgepodge of products that tout the ability to support joint health for horses. With so many options and so many bold claims, it’s difficult to know what works and what doesn’t. When seasoned […] Read more »

Best Horse Blankets for Winter Under $200

When it comes to dressing for winter, coats, scarves, hat and gloves– we don’t hesitate to bundle up. Maybe we take it a step further and add multiple layers of clothing, or wear wool socks under heavy boots. For those in cold and windy climates, a face mask may be added to keep the face […] Read more »

Temperatures are dropping but the bugs are NOT! Year Round Bug Off Garlic is recommended.

Although it’s cold, bug season is not over! Bugs can be found everywhere, hiding in tall grass fields or surrounding your home. With so many toxic options out there that have the potential to do more harm than good, many are looking towards natural remedies to help protect their four-legged loved ones from unwanted guests […] Read more »

Why We Hate Fly Sprays

Ticks are still alive in many areas, and are looking for a last meal before winter is in full swing! Fly toxicity is real. With chemicals in pet products advancing, our dogs and horses are not equipped to detoxify against the shampoos, collars, spot-on products, and fly sprays that we are introducing into their systems. […] Read more »

Science Says Horse Personalities are Heritable

Horse owners know their barns are filled with unique temperaments, but does science know if these horse personalities are heritable? Researchers are continuously uncovering which horse genes are responsible for certain equine personality traits and characteristics. According to The Horse, “Many characteristics, such as coat color, height, athletic ability, and behavioral tendencies are genetic in […] Read more »

How to Tell if Your Horse is Overheated

Long hair, too much fat insulation, and hot trailers are a few of the many reasons why a horse could overheat. In hot, humid conditions, the air is damp, and horses’ sweat won’t evaporate. This means the horse stays wet with sweat, but doesn’t get any cooler. It is incredibly important to take preventative measures, […] Read more »