Tag Archives: food

Choke

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STEVE: Well choke in a horse usually occurs when they have had a long period of time away from both water and feed. The most typical presentation that I get is that it’s a horse that’s gone and taken a … Continue reading

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Allergies

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STEVE: Allergies are best or first seen in most horses on the skin. Typically, what we see is a hive reaction of usually around the neck and shoulders. A lot of times, this can be due to exposure because of … Continue reading

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Poor Weight

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STEVE: Poor weight is typically a symptom that they’re either not getting enough feed, would be the first obvious sign that you’re not supplying enough nutritional supplementation to their diet. Meaning, that either what they’re getting good enough quality in … Continue reading

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Poor Appetite

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STEVE: A horse that has a poor appetite, you know, when you put feed in the stall, they’re not that interested in going to it. When you put hay in there they may take a few bites and then they … Continue reading

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Food (Hay, Grain, How often, How much, Storage)

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ALEX: I think first, once we’ve decided we’re going to have a horse, and then we’re going to decide on how we’re going to use that horse is really going to determine a lot on what type of feed and … Continue reading

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