Stress

Headshaking

Does Your Horse Have Headshaking Syndrome?

Horses have a very sensitive neural system around their skin hair follicles so that they can quickly respond to flies and other insects, toss their head, and swish them away. This is a normal process.  However, in Headshaking Syndrome, this action is excessive and exaggerated, occurring without necessarily dealing with flies.  About 1.4% of horses …

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Laminitis

Magnesium for Horses Supplement to Avoid Laminitis

Why do horses need supplemental magnesium? Magnesium is needed directly for over 350 biochemical processes within the body, and is additionally involved in thousands of others. Magnesium is vital for energy production, metabolism of other minerals, regulation of blood sugars, maintaining normal muscle and nerve function, as well as strength of bones and teeth. The …

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MgCl2 Horse Food Grade Magnesium Flakes

The Importance of Food Grade Magnesium Chloride Hexahydrate

The original salt water source is extremely important in determining the quality of magnesium chloride salts harvested. Generally, the cleanest salts on the planet, and sold as ‘food grade’ are now from alpine regions thousands of metres above sea level and preferably not near agriculture (chemical run-off), population (sewage and other pollution), or mining operations (mining contaminants). …

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