BHFER & EW: Weekly Hoof – April 18, 2014

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April 18, 2014
1739.pngSpring Pasture Transitioning

The first spring sprouts are actually lower in sugars and starch (non-structural carbohydrates or NSC) because they use all that energy to promote their own rapid growth. But horses crave fresh grass and will eat volumes of it, making their overall NSC consumption really high – in fact, dangerously high for horses that are overweight, Cushingoid, or who have experienced insulin-related laminitis. Click here for more

1740.pngFencing in the equine escape artist

We’ve all known at least one equine escape artist. The crafty pony that figures out the grass really is greener on the other side of the fence. The amorous gelding that would prefer to live with the mares. The way-too-smart mare that knows how to open gate latches and lead everyone on a merry romp.

Click here to read about fencing

1717.jpg5th Annual Celebration of Life on April 26, 2014

Beauty’s Haven Farm & Equine Rescue, Inc., a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization will be holding their 5th Annual Celebration of Life in conjunction with the ASPCA’s Help A Horse Day. Click here for more information

1737.jpgRaise money for your organization

Join our Ambassador Program and we will donate 40% of every subscription to your organization. Apply today and we will send you an EW Ambassador kit with your own unique Promo Code. We’ll also sign you up for a FREE subscription to Equine Wellness.

Click here to join the Ambassador Program

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