Horses that are overfed and underworked are likely to have extra energy to put into misbehavior, and those shenanigans can make time with your horse less pleasant.
A great deal of controversy about whether the type of feed you give your horse affects its behavior. Some horsemen say yes, some say no.
There is nothing more frustrating than taking the time and research effort to select an appropriate feed for your horse and have him turn up his nose with a haughty air of complete disinterest.What could be causing lack of appetite?
Feeding time often produces an array of behaviors from horses of all ages, including aggressive, bullying displays from dominant horses and submissive tendencies from the more passive ones.
I'm interested in using lecithin as a behavior modifier. Can you help me with formulating a correct dosage?
Owners should consider the dominant and passive behavior of horses when choosing to feed in a group.
By understanding the horse’s instinctive feeding behavior, today’s feeding strategies can be shaped to mimic natural tendencies.
In foals, cribbing is often related to feeding schedule and composition of meals.
Retired racehorses can present some nutritional challenges to their new owners. While no single approach will be the magic solution for every horse, some general guidelines can help your recently retired athlete flourish.
Have you ever wondered if the type of feed your horse eats affects how much he moves during the day? Little research has been done on the effects of diet on behavior, and specifically on spontaneous activity.
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