Some Common Errors We Make When Dealing With Our Horses

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By Walt Friedrich Horses: big, beautiful, lovable critters, there’s no question. And we enjoy their company. We head out toward the stable, thinking of the excellent experiences we’ve had together with our beauties. But as we might have expected, a negative thought sometimes creeps in, and one thing leads to another, and we marvel about […]

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Omega Fields’ Horseshine Supplement to Provide Omega 3’s

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Written by Rachel Long https://when-it-clicks.com/2019/03/omega-fields-horseshine-supplement-for-my-horses/ The well-being of my horses is the most important responsibility of my life. Well, perhaps it is among the most important, but sometimes the stress of figuring out what to feed them can make it seem that way! I am so thankful that I’ve again solved their need for forage, […]

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Handling Aggression In Horses

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Expect it. Accept it. But understand it as well. Aggressiveness is part of every horse’s behavioral repertoire to varying degrees, a normal phenomenon. Horses can behave aggressively – pin back their ears, kick, bite, or charge – to protect their foals, maintain their position within the herd, defend themselves, and compete sexually. But there is […]

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SCAREDY-CAT HORSES?

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Written By Guest Writer – Walt Friedrich An inappropriate tag for any horse, actually: the words imply a psychological problem, and while every horse can exhibit great caution – even phobia – toward an external circumstance, fear is actually a completely natural and rational response. Practicing that cautious behavior is what’s kept horses prospering on […]

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Red Snow In Winter

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A common question that always seems to come up in winter months is why a horse’s urine looks red. People usually notice red, orange or brown spots in the snow where their horses have urinated. Normal horse urine sometimes turns red or brown after standing for a while. This is due to the presence of […]

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