- Dec 17 - Dec 17
- Location: Lexington, KY, USA
Role of Genetics in Studying Equine Disease, Embassy Suites, Lexington. December 17, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
- Dec 17 - Dec 17
- Location: Online, ,
Join My Horse University and eXtension.org/Horses for a FREE informational webcast on health concerns for the overweight horse on Tuesday, December 17 at 7:00pm EST. Dr. Colleen Brady, from Purdue University, will discuss health concerns for both under and overweight horses, with an emphasis on the overweight horse. Most horse owners understand the potential issues with horses being too thin, but may not be aware of the issues associated with the other extreme. Following this session, horse owners will be able to assess if their horse is over or underweight, and have strategies to manage their overweight horses. Register today: http://www.myhorseuniversity.com/resources/webcasts/overweighthorse.
- Dec 10 - Dec 10
- Location: Online, , USA
Biostar EQ will be hosting “Feeding Horses in Winter- A Senior and Arthritic Horse Nutritional Overview for Cooler Temperature Management,” a free webinar open to the public. The event will take place on Tuesday, December 10th, at 8PM EST. Tigger will be discussing and answering questions related to: increasing circulation in the horse through nutrition , providing warmth and nourishment through whole foods, proper electrolyte balance in the body, and more effective ways to feed mashes. Signup is not mandatory, and all details for the event can be found below or on Biostar EQ’s website (http://www.biostareq.com/). Questions will be taken during the event, but those submitted prior to the event would be most welcome. Please submit questions and any other inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org. Tigger Montague will be leading the discussion on senior and arthritic horse management. Her background is extensive in nutrition including thirty years in the human and equine supplement industry, and a focus on Ayurvedic Medicine. “Feeding horses doesn’t have to be difficult,” said Tigger. “My goal is to help break down the barriers of confusing labels and feeding programs so that individuals can provide better health to themselves and their horses. Not to mention, improved performance in the show ring.” About Biostar EQ: Whole Food Supplements For Best in Class Health and Performance Biostar EQ holds the belief that non-synthetically derived ingredients, aka whole food has positive effects on health and wellness. They support the whole food and organic food movement, and strive to bring products to horses and dogs alike who don’t have a lot of alternative options in terms of what they are being fed. Biostar EQ uses a unique system that dehydrates food into tasty bars that provide a tremendous amount of nutrients and vital food factors. Using this unique process, Biostar EQ dries their formulas at an extremely low heat, allowing for the nutrient levels to be as close as possible to eating the real thing. Taking this step into a brand new market with profound results that are organic, GMO (genetically modified) free, coal tar derivative free, wheat free, petrochemical free and absent of artificial sweeteners and synthetic ingredients, Biostar EQ leads the way into natures best formulas. For more information on Biostar EQ, visit their website (http://www.biostareq.com) or visit them on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/biostareq)
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