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I’ve heard some commonly fed oils can be dangerous to horses because they decrease absorption of vitamins and minerals. Is this true?
My mare has a history of choke. If I use a commercial slow-feeder, do I have to continue to wet her feed?
Can I increase the amount of fish oil I feed to boost calorie consumption and avoid feeding two different oils?
My laminitis-prone mare is stalled at all times except when ridden. What is the best way to feed her for optimal nutrition without risk of founder?
I am looking for a ration balancer or fortified feed under 12% protein for my gelding with kidney problems. Can you help?