Join us live from the United States Pony Club 2017 Festival and learn how to take care of your mature Pony Club mount!
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Don't balk at the S-word on the feed label. It might be just what your adult horse needs.
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- A Look at Pony Club's Feeding Rules
- Feeding the EOTRH Horse
- Hooves Helping Joints
- How to Get a Horse to Drink When Away From Home
- Senior Feeds: Not Just for Old Horses
- Keeping the Aging Horse Comfortable
- Forage Options for Finicky Eaters
- How Newborn Foals' Dental Pulp Can Help Heal Horses
- How Old is Too Old for Colic Surgery?
- 5 Tips for Feeding Easy Keepers
Farm Call: Your Questions Answered
Q. I have a healthy 21-year-old retired gelding who will not eat any type of hay in his stall at night. I have concerns about him standing in his stall all night without chewing and developing ulcers as a result. What are my options?
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