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Equine Science Reporter’s Two Horses Benefit from what She Learns on the Job.

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Equine Science Reporter’s Two Horses Benefit from what She Learns on the Job.

Horsemanship Lessons Learned By Christa Lesté-Lasserre I started my equine science journalism career at a moment when things were moving fast, and knowledge was rapidly building. Imaging techniques and laboratory...

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ComfortStall Flooring in Delara Farm stable

Delara Farm’s Journey with ComfortStall Flooring: A Boost in Equine Health and Performance

Positive influences in the barn carry into the arena for Vermont dressage rider and stable owner. Kim F MillerEquestrian writer Dressage riders strive to feel and control every muscle in...

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Leo's Journey: Therapeutic Flooring in the Rehabilitation of a Dressage Horse

Leo's Journey: Therapeutic Flooring in the Rehabilitation of a Dressage Horse

Written by Kim F. Miller ComfortStall therapeutic flooring is part of dressage prospect’s path back from distressing distal limb issues. Dressage trainer Hannah Croteau had been intrigued by Haygain-related success...

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Improving Equine Comfort and Safety with ComfortStall Flooring at Whillans Equine

Improving Equine Comfort and Safety with ComfortStall Flooring at Whillans Equine

Emma Whillans of Whillans Equine made the decision to install Haygain's ComfortStall Flooring System in their stalls. “When I saw that flat surface of rubber, I knew that’s what I needed,” Emma...

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The Impact of Winter on Horse Health: Overcoming the Challenges

The Impact of Winter on Horse Health: Overcoming the Challenges

Written by: Stephanie Davis It has become a recurring theme of mine to stress the importance of being proactive when it comes to our horse care. In my practice, we...

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Researcher at Royal Agricultural University studying hay

Hay Steaming vs Soaking: A Groundbreaking Study on Equine Nutrition

Groundbreaking research related to equine nutrition began with the premise that bacterial diversity would not differ dramatically between dry hay and hay soaked in water or steamed at high temperatures....

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