Nutrition Basics

Farm Call: Your Questions Answered

Q. I have a healthy 21-year-old retired gelding who will not eat any type of hay in his stall at night. I have concerns about him standing in his stall all night without chewing and developing ulcers as a result. What are my options?

A. Read the Vet's Answer

Old Horses: Better With Age

Not So Frightening Fireworks

Whether they're in their stalls or grazing in their pastures, our senior horses never appear any worse for wear when the skies light up with color. How do your aging equids handle fireworks?