Colic is a threat to horses, especially during colder weather. Our experts share feeding and hydration tips.
Do you have the winter blues? Start planning your horse's fitness program for spring riding and competition.
Find out from Dr. Nancy Loving how frequently a horse needs to drink during the winter to stay healthy.
Dr. Nancy Loving talks about the risks horses face when they don't drink enough during the winter.
Horses for Clean Water's Alayne Blickle and Dr. Nancy Loving discuss whether or not horses will drink icy water.
Dr. Nancy Loving weighs the pros and cons of keeping horses inside vs. turning them out in the mud.
Many horses don't need blankets. Dr. Nancy Loving and Horses for Clean Water's Alayne Blickle offer suggestions.
Dr. Nancy Loving shares signs that a horse is cold and lets you know how to keep him warm.
Dr. Nancy Loving talks about keeping senior horses well-fed and in good weight during the winter.
Equine nutritionist Dr. Clair Thunes addresses listener questions about using biotin to improve hoof and coat health.
Listeners wonder if feeding guidelines for average-sized horses apply to Draft and Miniature Horses as well.
Learn about keeping your horses healthy and barn safe during the cold winter months.
Dr. Bryant Craig talks about whether mares with conformation faults could pass them on to their offspring. (00:02:22)
Dr. Bryant Craig shares advice on how to house stallions, both those with high and low libido. (00:02:38)
One mare owner wonders if it's okay to breed a mare in her mid-teens. (00:01:15)
Dr. Bryant Craig shares the benefits and potential pitfalls of breeding horses in herd situations. (00:01:02)
Breeding a mare with equine metabolic syndrome presents many possible problems. Dr. Bryant Craig explains. (00:02:50)
An audience member wonders if horses benefit from a balanced Omega-3 to Omega-6 ratio. Dr. Clair Thunes responds.
An equine nutritionist shares information about this popular ingredient in calming supplements.
Stallions and broodmares require special care. Learn how to keep breeding horses healthy.
Dr. Clair Thunes offers advice on feeding sensitive horses that seem to get hot on certain diets.
Equine nutritionist Dr. Clair Thunes shares information about two popular horse feed choices, beet pulp and rice bran.
Rescued horses require special care to bring them back to health. Learn how you can help during our live event.
Equine nutritionist Dr. Clair Thunes addresses a horse owner's concerns about feeding red clover over the winter.