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My mare tested positive for both HYPP and PSSM. How should I feed her in light of this?
My older gelding has problems with starches and sugars in his diet, as evidenced by some laminitis and gut issues. He gets only grass hay and a balancer pellet. Is there anything else I can do for him in the spring to avoid problems?
Can I feed corn and cob mix to my horses?
How can I change my mare’s diet so that she’s less reactive?
Is a "headed-out" grass hay too mature for horses?