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Fact Sheet

Omega-3 Fatty Acids

Not all fats or fatty acids are created equal; some are more beneficial than others for horses.

Special Report

Your Mare has Delivered Successfully: Now What?

Learn about normal foal development and health risks, and quiz your knowledge in this special report.

Fact Sheet

Caring for Senior Horses

Find out what your elderly horse needs to stay healthy in his golden years.

Fact Sheet

Fescue Toxicosis

The fungus that lives inside infected tall fescue can have negative effects on broodmares and their foals.

Special Report

Seven Senior Horse Facts

Dr. Nancy Loving discusses the special needs of senior horses, including diet, nutrition, exercise, and more.

Fact Sheet

Hay Soaking

Soaking hay prior to feeding horses can offer many benefits for respiratory, metabolic, and genetic disorders.

Convention Report

Feeding Orphan Foals (AAEP Convention 2012)

Dr. Mary Rose Paradis discusses options and methods for feeding orphan foals.

Convention Report

2012 Frank J. Milne State-of-the-Art Lecture

Dr. Stephanie Valberg discussed exertional rhabdomyolysis (formerly tying up) at the 2012 Milne lecture.

Fact Sheet

Prebiotics and Probiotics

Prebiotics and probiotics are dietary supplements for horses to help prevent or treat certain illnesses.

Special Report

A Closer Look: Gastric Ulcer Formation

In this special report, take a "closer look" at gastric ulcers, an all-too-common stomach condition.

Fact Sheet

Feeding Performance Horses

Review athletic and performance horses' nutritional needs and determine if your feeding program is working.

Convention Report

Lameness: Joints

During the 2010 AAEP Convention, veterinarians discussed technologies and treatments for joints and lameness.

Convention Report

AAEP 2010 Convention Complete Coverage

A wrap-up of the 2010 AAEP Convention, including in-depth coverage of nearly 100 presentations and sessions.

Special Report

Avoiding 'Feed Founder'

For some horses, you can reduce feed, farrier, and vet bills in one fell swoop, including laminitis risks.

Fact Sheet

Diarrhea

When a horse's fluid absorption is compromised, diarrhea can result.

Special Report

Ulcers... For Life?

Proper management and prevention methods can help your horse remain ulcer-free.

Fact Sheet

Insulin Resistance

Equine Insulin Resistance is a reduction in sensitivity to insulin that decreases the ability of glucose to be

Fact Sheet

Feeding Broodmares

Proper broodmare nutrition is one of the most important contributors to a successful breeding program.

Fact Sheet

Electrolytes

Loss of electrolytes has far-reaching consequences, impacting virtually all of the horse's body systems.

Fact Sheet

Equine Joint Supplements

Get the facts on choosing an equine joint supplement, including a seven-step quality evaluation process.

Fact Sheet

Equine Supplements

Supplements, or nutraceuticals, are thought to have some beneficial effects for horses.

Fact Sheet

Feeding Geriatric Horses

Aging equines that can’t properly chew or digest their food need special nutritional care.

Fact Sheet

Feeding Easy Keepers

The term "easy keepers" refers to horses and ponies that maintain or gain weight on a minimum amount of food.

Fact Sheet

Hoof Supplements

Oral supplements might be indicated for horses with dry, cracked, or brittle hooves.

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