By Tigger Montague There has been a troublesome trend over the last few years: more and more horse owners are reporting that their horses suddenly get the “squirts”, have chronic diarrhea, chronic loose stools, and increased gas. Some of these bowel abnormalities can be traced to high-sugar grasses, parasite overload, infection, hindgut ulcers, or inflammatory … Continue reading Herbicides and Hay
By Sayer Ji, Founder This article is copyrighted by GreenMedInfo LLC, 2017 and posted here with permission Few, if any, plants have been revered as thoroughly — by the religious and scientific community alike — as a healer of the human body, mind and soul, as beautiful turmeric. It could be written off as an overly … Continue reading Turmeric’s Healing Power: A Physical Manifestation of Compassion?
By Kim Hallin: Shoki reminding me that if he can reach it, he’s gonna eat it! For most horse owners, equine nutrition (i.e. deciding what to feed) is one of the most challenging and stressful considerations you will face. What you feed your horse is also one of the most critical decisions you can make. … Continue reading You Can Thank Me Later…
By Claudia Garner: I do not really believe in hell, but the saying “The road to hell is paved with good intentions” does ring true when I think of many of the wonderful horses in this world. I myself come from a background of very strict horsemanship. When horse performance was proceeding contrary to the … Continue reading The Road to Hell is Paved with Good Intentions
By Kim Hallin: I get some version of this response (title of article) just about every time I strike up a conversation with someone new about Cool Stance. But, the truth is, I have yet to meet a horse that hasn’t readily accepted it when transitioned thoughtfully. It’s true that a horse accustomed to eating … Continue reading Coconut Meal? My Horse Won’t Eat That!