Save your old deworming syringes, wash them out thoroughly and fill them with applesauce and give to your horse as a treat. After awhile, your horse will no longer fight the dreaded tube being in his mouth.
the history handed down through the oral tradition of the tribes is a story of three stallions who came from the sea to the land. A ship from a faraway land we now know as Russia came to the shores of the Pacific Northwest. The stallions were sent from the ship to swim to the Nez Perce' traders, who received these amazing creatures with awe. These stallions had powerful medicine. When they were bred to the trib
Even pastured horses get the blues. More specifically, pastured horses are prone to developing stereotypies such as cribbing and weaving, suggested researchers during a recent Australasian Equine Science Symposium (AESS).*“Stereotypies are repetitive, purposeless behaviors that are widely considered an indicator of welfare issues,” explained Kathleen Crandell, Ph.D., a Kentucky Equine Research (KER) nutritionist.