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Feeding Forage and Avoiding Colic
The term colic essentially means abdominal pain, there are four main types: Impaction, Spasmodic, Tympanitic (gas) and Sand colic, episodes of which can range from very mild to life threatening....
Preventing Equine Asthma Spectrum Conditions
"Get nosy," advises veterinarian Dr. Wren Burnley.
The Impact on Performance from Incremental Improvements to Respiratory Health
A horse may have huge muscles, a strong heart and good bones, but the respiratory system is performance-limiting, especially under extreme pressure. Sharon Smith looks at a marginal gains approach...
Haygain Hay Steaming Helps Hard Hit Farm Cope with EHV-1 Outbreak
Venturing Hills continues to fight for its horses lives in week 6 of battle with neurological strain of EHV-1.
Love At First Step
Charlotte Dujardin puts a spring in her horses' stride with innovative flooring.
Haygain Helps with EHV-1 Precautionary & Management Measure
Just as the COVID-19 pandemic seemed to be slightly easing its toll on people, horses fell victim to their own fast-spreading virus with dire health consequences: the equine herpes virus,...
5* Eventer Conquers Sinusitis
David Britnell’s Equine Eventing Partner Overcomes Sinusitis with Steamed Hay & Flexineb's Help. 
Understanding Allergies with Dr. Meriel Moore-Colyer
Amid breakthroughs in equine allergy research, avoiding allergens all together remains best strategy for supporting horse health.
Catch Them While You Can - A Q&A by Equine Sports Veterinarian
In this Q&A, Equine Sports Medicine expert Kate Allen, BVSc, PhD, offers advice on recognizing respiratory challenges in their early and most treatable form.
New Year Warrants New Definition of a Clean Barn
Creating a truly clean living environment is the best, simplest and most proactive way to protect and improve horse health. 
Steamed is Cleaned
Multi-faceted horseman Paul Gaff instantly recognizes the benefits of hay steaming.
New Study Details Different Effects of Soaking and Steaming Hay
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.
Extra Edge of Easy Breathing
This year's ups and downs have impacted everybody's plans, including those made by 5* eventer Georgie Spence. 
Forage Analysis: Seeing through the Hays
Written by Equine Nutritionist Briony Witherow BSc MSc RNutr. FHEA explaining the importance of forage analysis and how it is carried out. 
Inspirations on Respiration
Equine nutrition expert navigates a sea change in understanding of equine respiratory health.
Understanding Hay Quality
Even "good" hay can have bad things in it.

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