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I own a 25-year-old stock-type stallion with some health challenges, the most significant of which are poor teeth and arthritis, which ultimately affect his diet. What should I feed this horse for optimal health?
What type of hay is most appropriate for an insulin-resistant horse?
Has there been any research on soy allergies in horses?
I have read that flaxseed meal can generate toxins when fed to horses. Is it safe to feed?
I have broodmares and young horses. Can I add alfalfa (lucerne) pellets to their diets, and if so, how much?