Is your horse showing signs of ulcers?
Equine stomach ulcers (also called gastric ulcers) are one of the biggest challenges horse owners may face.
Treatment is expensive, and some horses can't seem to escape the vicious circle of ulcers returning once treatment finishes.
With that in mind we want to cut through the confusion and give you a guide to the latest science, explaining what you need to know about gastric ulcers in horses, and what you need to do to prevent them coming back. Ready? Let's go!
The term grass affected is often used by horse owners and equine professionals - but is “grass affected” based in science, or just a catch-all to explain our horse’s behaviour? The truth is, it’s a bit of both. Here's specific list based on science and expert knowledge of what is in grass that can affect our horses.
By: Sam Potter (BSc(Hons), MPhilVSc (Equine Nutrition) Resplendent though it is with butterflies, baby birds and long-awaited warm weather, spring ...