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Receiving Home Delivery Meals or Mailing Food, What Should You Do?
Receiving Home Delivery Meals or Mailing Food, What Should You Do? - Articles Articles
While the mail order food industry has relied on a safe track record, there is growing concern with the limited food safety guidance and regulations provided by FDA. More
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Why Can't I Lick the Spoon? - Articles Articles

Why Can't I Lick the Spoon?

Richard Andrew Kralj, M Ed., RDN, LDN

Eating raw cookie dough or raw dough of any type may put you at risk for a foodborne illness! More
Older Horse Care
Older Horse Care - Articles Articles

Older Horse Care

Ann M. Swinker

Horse owners need to consider different and special care for the aging horse. More
Begin Your Horse’s Spring Grooming
Begin Your Horse’s Spring Grooming - Articles Articles
Spring grooming of the horse assists in promoting a clean, shiny coat and skin. More
Being Prepared for the Worst: Develop a Health Care Plan for your Horse
Being Prepared for the Worst: Develop a Health Care Plan for your Horse - Articles Articles
When acquiring ownership, you assumed responsibility for the health and welfare of your horse. More
Health Benefits of Tomatoes
Health Benefits of Tomatoes - News News

Health Benefits of Tomatoes

05/22/2017

Tomatoes provide unique health benefits. They are full of essential vitamins and fiber. Low in calories, they do not have any fat in them, yet they are full of antioxidants. More
Do Not Toss Yard Waste Over the Horse Fence
Do Not Toss Yard Waste Over the Horse Fence - News News
Yard waste “trimmings” can be toxic to livestock. More
Common Sense Fencing for Horses
Common Sense Fencing for Horses - Articles Articles

Common Sense Fencing for Horses

Laura Kenny, Ann M. Swinker

Safe fencing needs proper planning and installation. More
Fall Leaves In Horse Pastures Can be Toxic
Fall Leaves In Horse Pastures Can be Toxic - Articles Articles
Disposing of fall leaves properly or composting them in an area outside of pastures is an important aspect to horse management. More
Managing a Horse with Laminitis on Grass Pastures
Managing a Horse with Laminitis on Grass Pastures - Articles Articles
Horses prone to laminitis need help when grazing on grass pastures, in the Spring time and early Summer, when grasses grow quickly and lush. More
Rhubarb Love it for its Taste; Eat it for Your Health
Rhubarb Love it for its Taste; Eat it for Your Health - Articles Articles

Rhubarb Love it for its Taste; Eat it for Your Health

Richard Andrew Kralj, M Ed., RDN, LDN

Rhubarb is a rich source of nutrients providing 45% of the Daily Value for Vitamin K in a serving size of 1 cup. More
Nutritional Considerations for Broodmares
Nutritional Considerations for Broodmares - Articles Articles
The success of any breeding program depends partially on correct nutritional management of broodmares. More
When to Blanket a Horse
When to Blanket a Horse - Articles Articles

When to Blanket a Horse

Ann M. Swinker

Horses have two natural defenses against cold; a long hair coat and a layer of fat beneath the skin. Both provide an excellent means of insulation. More
How to Analyze Feed and Forage Sampling for Horses
How to Analyze Feed and Forage Sampling for Horses - Articles Articles
It has been said that art and science are combined to determine the best feeding program for your horse. The best way to determine the nutritional value of your feed is to have it analyzed. More
Feeding Horses
Feeding Horses - Articles Articles

Feeding Horses

Ann M. Swinker

When you feed your horse, take into account its age, weight, work and growth to determine its diet. More
West Nile Virus - a Threat to Horses West Nile Virus - a Threat to Horses - Articles
West Nile virus (WNV) is the leading cause of arbovirus encephalitis in horses and humans in the United States. More
Equine Insect Pests
Equine Insect Pests - Articles Articles

Equine Insect Pests

Ann M. Swinker

Important arthropod pests of horses are flies, gnats, mosquitoes, bots, lice, ticks, mites and blister beetles. More
Food Preservation: Setting the Record Straight on Canning Breads and Cakes
Food Preservation: Setting the Record Straight on Canning Breads and Cakes - Articles Articles
Breads and cakes canned in glass mason jars are not safe to eat. The risk for contracting a food-borne illness is high due to improper heating methods. More
Horses May Be at Risk of Colic in Cold Weather
Horses May Be at Risk of Colic in Cold Weather - Articles Articles
When it is very cold, horses will reduce their water consumption and be at risk of colic. More
Safe Handling of Venison is Easy with Advance Planning
Safe Handling of Venison is Easy with Advance Planning - Articles Articles

Safe Handling of Venison is Easy with Advance Planning

Richard Andrew Kralj, M Ed., RDN, LDN

This article looks at game from a food safety perspective and provides tips for safe handling of wild-harvested venison. More
Winter Care for Your Horse
Winter Care for Your Horse - Articles Articles

Winter Care for Your Horse

Ann M. Swinker

With winter approaching, horse owners will need to prepare and conduct a different approach in caring for their horses. More
Rain Rot in Horses
Rain Rot in Horses - Articles Articles

Rain Rot in Horses

Ann M. Swinker

Rain rot or rain scald, is caused by bacteria and often is mistaken for a fungal disease. The bacteria live in the outer layer of skin and cause crusty scabs. More
What's on your dinner plate?
Venison, Is It For You? - Articles Articles

Venison, Is It For You?

Richard Andrew Kralj, M Ed., RDN, LDN

Venison is growing in popularity as a good source of animal protein. Learn the health benefits of including venison into your diet. More
Horses eating low-quality forage
Hay Quality for Different Classes of Horses - Articles Articles
Hay is the most important part of the horse’s diet and makes up 50-100% of the horse’s diet. More
How Much Drinking Water Does Your Horse Need?
How Much Drinking Water Does Your Horse Need? - Articles Articles
The average horse will intake 5 to 10 gallons of fresh water per day. Water is needed to avoid colic, dehydration and death. More
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