Little Lungs: The Effect of Ammonia in Foals

By Jennifer Roberts Foaling season is in full swing, with a great number of farms welcoming bundles of joy. Many of these foals have bright futures, whether it be high performance aspirations or to be a beloved trail companion. Good health starts early and prevention is key. According to Dr. …

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ScratchnAll® Helps Horses Find the Sweeter Side of Life

ScratchnAll is the veterinarian used and approved durable scratcher pad manufactured by Animent®. These scratcher pads have been named an official vendor with equestrian and livestock wholesaler Intrepid International. ScratchnAll pads are used by domestic and exotic animals large and small. ScratchnAll® offers a safe, effective choice in self-scratching for …

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Farnam Adds Continuous Spray to Proven Fly Protection Brands

  Until now, getting complete fly repellent coverage has been a challenge. It’s one thing to spray a horse’s back and sides, but what about those trickier areas, like under the belly and between the back legs? Farnam is pleased to announce two updated delivery methods for two of the strongest-selling brands in …

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Farnam Introduces Two New Senior Supplements

  Farnam introduces two new supplements designed specifically for healthy, active senior horses. Choose one, or use both together. Farnam® Senior Health & Wellness —for senior horses that are in light or no work Beneficial nutrients: Contains vitamins, minerals and antioxidants Digestive health: Provides nutrients that support a healthy digestive system …

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What if you were told to STOP feeding your horse the bagged feed mixes?

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What if you were told “simplifying” the meal is easy and may be better for your horse’s GI tract and mind?   Take a moment or two to imagine what simplifying means to you and your horse. What would that meal in a feed bucket look like? I ask these …

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Should You Ditch Print in Your Marketing Plan?

Thoughts from NWHS Publisher   “It’s so expensive…” or “Is that for the year?” I hear this quite often. Our world has been changed dramatically by the digital revolution. We wouldn’t be caught dead without our cell phones. They are a huge part of our lives. Magazines have stepped up …

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  The Northwest Horse Source holds monthly drawings/contests/giveaways in an effort to build our email subscriber list and/or encourage participation in questions, surveys, promotions, etc. Email subscribers and clients receive our monthly email newsletter as well as periodic information about great new products and services from our trusted partners who …

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