Some, but not all horses may need extras such as concentrated mixes or grains. Learn under what circumstances you might want to feed extras. How much grain or concentrates will my horse need?
How much feed your horse will need will depend on a number of factors. Age, use and season all affect how much feed a horse may need to stay in healthy condition.Find out how much you should be feeding your horse. Does my horse need a mineral supplement?
Sometimes hays and grasses may come short when it comes to certain minerals. In fact there is one mineral that is depleted from the soil in most of North America, meaning that many horses (and humans) may not be getting enough. Find out what minerals you might need to supplement. Does my horse need a vitamin supplement?
Vitamins are important too. Does your horse need extra vitamins. Learn how you can be sure your horse is receiving an adequate amount of vitamins. What other supplements might my horse need?
Depending on your horse's workload, extra supplements may be in order. Learn what supplements may be needed by horses who work hard or a building healthy foals. Why are there different colors of salt blocks available?
When you walk into a feed store, you'll notice that salt blocks come in various colors. What do these colors mean, and which is the right one for your horse? Learn which color salt you'll want to buy. Can I feed my horse cattle feed?
Especially if you live on a farm or ranch, cattle feed might be a handy choice to offer your horse. But you must know why this can be a deadly mistake. What’s the best feed for putting weight on a horse?
Some of us that have horses who just don't gain weight easily, or bugs, heat or other stress can make them lose weight easily. Here's how to feed your 'hard keep' for optimum health. What are the best feeds for helping a horse lose weight?
If you are like me, you may have a horse who gains weight too easily. I swear just sniffing a rich round bale makes my mare gain weight. Here's how to prevent your horse from getting overweight. Do herbal supplements work?
There are tons of herbal supplements available advertised to solve any health or behavioral problems you can think of. Do they work? Find out what may or may not work and what you should watch for. Should I feed my horse a weekly bran mash?
Bran mashes have been a tradition for a long time. But they may not be as good as once thought. Here is what you need to know about feeding wheat bran to horses. Should I feed my horse psyllium?
Psyllium has often been recommended as a preventative against sand colic. But will a couple of tablespoons of psyllium really make a difference? Learn about feeding psyllium to your horse.