Our top tip for having a calm, relaxed, well-muscled and athletic horse, capable of performing in any discipline and staying sound is to check out the work and equine training of Klaus Schoeniech. For over 25 years the Schoeneichs have taught their system of functional horse training at the Centre for Anatomically Correct Horsemanship in Germany. Klaus […]
Find out about the best analysis forage testing for horse hay, haylage and grass. Understand soil analysis for improvement of horse paddocks and pasture and when to choose water analysis to check suitability for equine drinking.
Understanding horse posture is crucial to long-term soundness. Specifically, this relates to the manifestations of laterality seen in horses. Understanding this topic will help to start the journey in correcting the crooked horse.
Should you test hay, haylage and grass for your horse? Is this approach one that will create a healthy horse? How do you know how nutrient-dense and balanced the forage you will feed your horse is?
In 2011 I was given an ex-racehorse. They say that horses come to you for a reason. That horse came to me so that Dr Kerry Ridgway would change the way I thought about whole horse health.
Taking forage samples for horse grass, hay and haylage analysis accurately are very important. Forage samples are based on a small sample, which is selected to represent a larger sample.
Learn about taking horse pasture soil samples to accurately identify mineral imbalances in the soil. Soil imbalances affect grass health.
When you purchase horse forage analysis of grass, hay or haylage it is important to make sure that a dry matter figure is included on the report.