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For Erin Taormino, Every Pellet Counts

Posted by Jyme Nichols, PhD on Feb 24th 2021

For Erin Taormino, Every Pellet Counts

All performance horse events require an incredible amount of strength and stamina, but few sports demand this to the level of reined cow horse. With a herd, fence and reining run, these horses need …

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Top Ways to Keep Horses Warm in the Winter

Posted by Jyme Nichols, PhD on Feb 16th 2021

Top Ways to Keep Horses Warm in the Winter

Bitter cold temperatures are taking over much of the country right now, and many owners are wondering how to keep their horses warm. As numbers on the thermometer drop below your horse’s lower cr …

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Cold Weather Feeding Tips

Posted by Jyme Nichols, PhD on Jan 22nd 2021

Cold Weather Feeding Tips

No matter what part of the country you live in, the weather has certainly gotten colder. Sure, some people have it worse than others, but there are certain adjustments everyone can make to help hor …

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James Payne Values Good Condition & Simplicity

Posted by Jyme Nichols, PhD on Dec 2nd 2020

James Payne Values Good Condition & Simplicity

Maintaining horses in the perfect body condition is a top priority for cutting horse trainer, James Payne, an NCHA Open Hall of Fame rider whose lifetime NCHA earnings exceed $3.6 million. We often he …

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Alley Issues Tied to Nutrition

Posted by Jyme Nichols, PhD on Dec 1st 2020

Alley Issues Tied to Nutrition

No matter what kind of races you attend or what caliber horse you ride, fine tuning your horse’s nutrition program increases your chance of success. Have you ever felt a sugar high from eating a candy …

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Dangerous Nutrition

Posted by Jyme Nichols, PhD on Oct 19th 2020

Dangerous Nutrition

Never feed moldy hay, always offer clean water, and never let a horse eat too much grain. We all know those things, right? However, there are several other potentially dangerous situations we might …

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