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Sub-epiglottal Ulcers: The story of learning a new thing that can go wrong in horses.

Supplements 4: The story of doing your research

Dr. Carey Williams of Rutgers University joins us for the finale of our supplement series. We talk about how horse owners can better do their own research, great websites and resources in helping horse owners to make decisions, and do some fun impromptu math!

Sub-epiglottal Ulcers: The story of learning a new thing that can go wrong in horses.

Old Horses: The story of keeping our veterans going

Dr. Dianne McFarlane, department head of Large Animal Clinical Sciences at the University of Florida, and expert in aging, shares some tips and tricks to keep the old horses feeling young. As proper care can greatly extend the useful lifespan of a horse, there is no...

Sub-epiglottal Ulcers: The story of learning a new thing that can go wrong in horses.

Feedstuffs: The Story of why we feed what we feed

Dr. Randy Raub, Director of nutrition and research for Kent Feeds, joins us to talk about what goes into a horse feed, and why certain ingredients are included. Why do we feed soybean meal, what the heck are wheat midds, and why feathers aren’t for horses!

Sub-epiglottal Ulcers: The story of learning a new thing that can go wrong in horses.

Supplements 2: The story of joints, guts and brains

Dr. Carey Williams from Rutgers University rejoins us for part 2 in our equine supplement series. In this episode we get into the details of which types of supplements have the data behind them to help your horses joints, GI tract and nerves. The best horse owner is...

Sub-epiglottal Ulcers: The story of learning a new thing that can go wrong in horses.

A bit about bits: The story of 490 bits and no horse!

We visit with Dr. Bob Coleman, of the University of Kentucky, about his collection of over 490 bits! We talk basic bit function and design, dabble in some horse training and discuss how the rider may make a big influence on whether the bit work or not. And don't...

Sub-epiglottal Ulcers: The story of learning a new thing that can go wrong in horses.

Supplements 1: The story of how not to be overwhelmed

Dr. Carey Williams of Rutgers University and well known speaker on all things supplements, shares her advice on deciding whether or not your horse even needs a supplement. In part 1 of a series, we talk the basics of when they might be warranted on how to choose the...