Our panelists discuss the benefits and uses of a wool or fleece quarter sheet.
Icky, messy, smelly mud. Listen to this Q&A about mud management and treating mud-related horse health issues.
An FEI veterinarian and equine sports therapist answer your questions about keeping your horse performing at his best.
Is your horse unhappy under saddle? Get your questions answered by a veterinarian who is also a saddle fitter.
Learn how to protect your horses from rapidly spreading respiratory diseases, such as influenza, strangles, and rhino.
Learn how to recognize subtle signs and offer your horse an early intervention for equine Cushing's disease.
Our host Michelle, who's married to an architect, and equine architect Carolyn Adams discuss why you should hire one.
Find out from Dr. Frank Andrews why you should avoid using compounded omeprazole to treat your horse's gastric ulcers.
Dr. Frank Andrews offers suggestions for diagnosing and treating equine gastric ulcers on a budget.
Are you covered? Equine insurance experts answer your questions about horse and equestrian property insurance.
An equestrian facility architect and a horse management expert answer your questions about horse farm design.
Vets know balanced hooves help maintain healthy joints. Learn more from our experts, who are both vets and farriers.
Dr. Frank Andrews shares insight into how likely a horse is to have gastric ulcers. His answer might surprise you.
Dull coat? Cinchy? Thin? Your horse might be one of the 50-90% suffering from gastric ulcers.
Learn about management techniques and new therapy options that can help horses heal.
Equine nutrition and hay experts address the benefits and drawbacks of allowing horses to graze on lawns.
University of Kentucky hay expert Tom Keene addresses the potential drawbacks to buying and feeding sun-bleached hay.
A University of Kentucky horse hay expert offers tips on getting a representative hay sample for a nutritional analysis.
A listener asks if hay nutrition testing is necessary, especially when buying small batches from multiple fields.
Get the latest news and information about navicular syndrome diagnostics and treatment.
Equine nutritionist Dr. Nettie Libert offers advice about transitioning horses from hay to pasture after a move.
Dr. Nancy Loving dispels the idea that cold weather can directly cause laminitis.
Studies show that quality forage is the healthiest diet option for horses. Find out what you should feed your horse.
Dr. Nancy Loving offers information about storing medications during the winter.