Identifying the root of performance issues in equine athletes can be like connecting a puzzle of often-ambiguous signs, or a process of elimination through diagnostics. Veterinarians can exhaust all the tools in their medical arsenal trying to figure...
Posted on Jan 13, 2021
Want to know how to make your own ‘Hand Sanitizer’ on demand, with everyday ingredients? You’re in the right place. Protect your family and friends from COVID19. How can you beat that? Well, you’ll also save a ton of money. In this simple step by...
Posted on Jan 12, 2021
Horse health-driven flooring priorities are safety, comfort and how it impacts stable air quality. Safe flooring is a stable surface with traction to prevent slipping when horses walk, lie down or stand up. It should be level at installation and constructed to stay that way even with hard keepers that may paw or pace the floor.
Posted on Oct 6, 2020
Renowned corporate executive brings extensive omni-channel customer experience and marketing expertise to fast-growing Haygain.
Posted on Sep 16, 2020
Shannon Peters is not afraid to try something new when it comes to her horses' health. When her Grand Prix mount of a decade ago, Flor de Selva, struggled with weak hooves and tender feet, Shannon researched natural ways to improve hoof strength and...
Posted on Sep 11, 2020
The stream of trailers seemed endless. People who I had never met before showed up to help trailer, unload animals, hold traffic, gather owner information and get the horses settled into a paddock with fresh hay and water.
Posted on Sep 4, 2020
The latest addition to the United States Equestrian Federation's Learning Center video library covers a topic close to Haygain's heart: respiratory health in competition horses. In the video, veterinarian, dressage rider and USEF member Wren Burnley...
Posted on Jun 18, 2020
The Veterinary Genetics Laboratory (VGL) at the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine has launched an updated and advanced website along with several new tests for veterinary community.
Posted on Jun 16, 2020
My ponies off to Europe last summer, learned the benefits of steamed hay. Even hay that has good nutrient quality and looks clean can be loaded with inhalable irritants. Dust, mold spores, bacteria and other allergens are not limited to hay that looks and smells bad.
Posted on Jun 7, 2020
Did you know Over 80% of competition horses are affected by Inflammatory Airway Disease? IAD is amazingly asymptomatic. Whenever we scope a horse, we often have owners think their horse doesn't have IAD at all. Yet, we often find signs of it.
Posted on Jun 7, 2020