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Feeding for Fall and Winter Weather

Fall and winter is such a beautiful time of the year. It’s also commonly a time of ulcers, diarrhea, and colic – the stuff of nightmares for horse owners! Understanding basic nutritional changes for horses is crucial to keeping your equines healthy during this transitional weather

Beat the Heat: Summer Tips

Over the last several years, I have struggled getting my horses to eat a very good quality 2nd and 3rd cut grass hay. I thought, how can that be, as the hay quality is super good, well made, no dust, and green as green can be? To try to get to the bottom of this, I forage tested my 2 cuttings of hay, made from the same field, both made very well (again nice and green, no dust!).

Hay Quality: The Value of Non Structural Carbohydrates

Over the last several years, I have struggled getting my horses to eat a very good quality 2nd and 3rd cut grass hay. I thought, how can that be, as the hay quality is super good, well made, no dust, and green as green can be? To try to get to the bottom of this, I forage tested my 2 cuttings of hay, made from the same field, both made very well (again nice and green, no dust!).

Rene’s Pennwoods Feed Regimen

Pennwoods Ambassador, Rene Tiffen, goes over her supplement regimen process with GI Renew and Essential Hoof & Coat. *Note: Rene is based in Canada where Essential Hoof & Coat is called: Bio Plus 60.

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