There seem to be a lot of myths about beet pulp doing the rounds on the forums and Facebook pages and groups. Strangely there are lots of people who are very anti-beet pulp and that is a shame because it is a great feed for horses.
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?
N0 horse laminitis is the goal of each ECIR Group conference. The ECIR Group lead the way in horse laminitis study through disseminating information that can help metabolic and endocrinopathic horses.
Equine laminitis is a devastating condition creating a medical emergency that can wreak havoc with any horse. Signs of laminitis do not always appear as the classic, rocked-back laminitic stance and bounding digital pulses.
Do you have a horse which is a good doer? Do you wonder whether to feed adlib hay or whether you should be restricting hay and feeding at a weight level suitable for your horse? Here Forageplus discusses the issue of whether you should give your horse access to free choice hay.
Are you interested in iron in horse feed balancers? Forageplus does not add iron to any of our horse feed balancers because iron is always sufficiently supplied in the grass, hay and haylage horses eat.
Have you thought about protein levels for good doer horses or horses prone to laminitis?
All information was taken and obtained from attendance at ECIR No Laminitis conferences. If you want to seek more help and facts about identifying and managing Cushing’s and IR in horses please contact us.