Sectors - Horses
Farmers Weekly
Your horse is what it eats

A proper diet will go a long way to preventing disease and certain behavioural problems, says Kim Dyson.
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Red clover for horses

This herb has many different uses for treating horses.
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Horses and thumps disorder

This serious disorder can affect endurance horses after a long ride, says Dr Mac.
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Essential oils for horses

Essential oils can be used to improve the mood and physical well-being of your horse, says Kim Dyson.
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Wolf teeth can affect performance

Is your horse avoiding the bit or ducking to one side? It might be having teeth problems, writes Dr Mac.
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Horses in western dressage

Growing in popularity since 2007, western dressage has now been recognised in South Africa, says Dr Mac.
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Does your horse need chamomile?

This herb has a number of medicinal uses, from calming your horse (and yourself) to treating inflammation, says Kim Dyson.
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Microchip your horse

This is one of the quickest ways to identify a horse. Just make sure you use transponders and readers that comply with international norms, warns Dr Mac.
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Does your horse have EPSM?

There is no cure for this disease, but it can be managed through diet and exercise, says Kim Dyson.
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What you need to know about buying a horse

Purebred horses are by definition registered, says Dr Mac ‘Unregistered purebreds’ are a fiction.
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