kaiya
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What types of feed are naturally high in magnesium for horses?
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Whole oat would be the only source I can think of at the moment. In case of mineral deficits I'd always consider changing the hay if you feed one. If you can, analyse it and compare with other hays. ...

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What things are handy to have in a horse owner's kit?
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A horse owner should have some different kits that cover up. I will mention not only those things which a horse owner renting at a barn with many other people will own, but also those, which the ...

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What does a horse need in terms of land?
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Here in Germany the professionals learn a thumb rule stating that a horse of half a ton weight (which is a rather small standardbred) needs roughly 1-1.5 hectare per year for food supplement. So ...

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What should I do if my horse is bitten by a snake?
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If you got the possibility, make a picture of the snake. If it is a venomous snake the picture will help to determine the type of poison way faster by an expert. If I didn't knew the type of snake, I'...

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Why does my Horse seem very itchy?
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This is a case where you might want to seek a veteriarian's advice if you feel like your horse is tormented by the itching. Your horse might have parasites (e.g. mites), fungus, an allergy or ...

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Why are so many horses put down when they break their leg?
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In addition to the given answers, healing a horse's broken leg is usually combined with hanging the horse off the ceiling in a sling, so it is forced to rest its feet. This measurement would need to ...

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Need advice to help a sick and, possibly, dying cow
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When a cow or horse collapses and doesn't get treated by a vet, chances for death are very high. Problem is that, in this state, even a vet can't do much - the cow could be operated on if a cause was ...

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Do my horses need to be shod?
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There are cases where the hooves might get too short, which will cause the horse to lame - you couldn't miss that sign, I suppose. If your horse trips a lot during rides on hard roads, that might be ...

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Moving with a cat for a short distance
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We eventually decided to show him the new flat first before moving him entirely (very short drive with the car), and after some seconds of being scared he started exploring, so then we started cooking ...

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