Can you pass Alayne's test? Get advice for winterizing and making your horse property chore-efficient.
While steeped in tradition, feeding bran mashes can cause GI distress in horses. Learn why, and discover alternatives.
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- Poll Recap: Winter Horse Care Concerns
- Poll Recap: Dealing With Ice and Horses
- Formidable Frostbite
- Take the Winter Solstice Chore Efficiency Test
- Winter Management for the Outdoor Horse
- Risks Associated With Feeding Horses Traditional Bran Mashes
- Managing Barns and Buildings During the Winter
- Fit for the Trail
- Water Access in Winter
- Six Things Your Horse Really Wants for Christmas
Farm Call: Your Questions Answered
Q. In extreme cold temperatures I wrap my horses' lower legs in fleece-lined boots at night, as they are prone to laminitis and I hope it will aid circulation and keep them warm. Do you think this helps them, or what would you suggest during winter?
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