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Balancing Metabolic pH

Posted by Jyme Nichols, PhD on Oct 19th 2020

Balancing Metabolic pH

Ensuring your horse’s metabolic pH is balanced might be one of the simplest things you can do to keep your horse healthy and feeling his best. The problem is, most people have never even heard of m …

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No Foot, No Horse

Posted by Jyme Nichols, PhD on Aug 26th 2020

No Foot, No Horse

Ever heard the saying “No Foot, No Horse”? Maybe you have dealt with foot problems in your own horse. It’s not a fun situation, and many times it can feel like nothing you try is working. A myriad of …

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Mineral Status

Posted by Jyme Nichols, PhD on Aug 26th 2020

Mineral Status

Do horses know when they are deficient in something? This is a common question, and many people believe horses have the ability to self-regulate. In other words, they believe horses know exactly how m …

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Cautions For Omeprazole Use

Posted by Jyme Nichols, PhD on Aug 26th 2020

Cautions For Omeprazole Use

Equine gastric ulcer syndrome is a common condition in performance horses. More than 60% of performance horses may suffer from gastric ulcers at some point in their career due to the stressful demands …

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​Leaky Gut Syndrome in Barrel Horses

Posted by Jyme Nichols, PhD on Aug 26th 2020

​Leaky Gut Syndrome in Barrel Horses

Leaky gut syndrome is popping up on the radar of more and more barrel horse owners. It is a condition that affects more horses than we realize, and much effort is being put in from researchers to help …

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Solving the Omega-3 Mystery

Posted by Jyme Nichols, PhD on Aug 26th 2020

Solving the Omega-3 Mystery

Horses commonly receive omega supplements to benefit health, performance, and outward appearance. However, few people understand the differences and what to look for when adding omegas to the diet. Fo …

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