Posted by TLC Animal Nutrition, Inc on 2/14/2018
after starting the program I saw something I thought I'd never see
again, The General was galloping across the arena! He was bucking and
rearing and playing like a true horse. The sadness was gone from his
eyes and he seemed more alive than I had seen him in...
Posted by TLC Animal Nutrition, Inc on 1/27/2018
Taking into account the internal structures that have been at rest over the long winter months will go a long way to support you in your efforts of keeping your horses sound as you gear up for another active season.
Posted by TLC Animal Nutrition, Inc on 12/22/2017
Several months of training, all those sleepless nights. The
anticipation builds and you’re more hopeful than you’ve ever been. It’s the
biggest race of your life, this is the horse you laid it all on the line for… you
would have bet the farm on this one.
Posted by TLC Animal Nutrition, Inc. on 11/27/2017
If you are consistent with these simple winter care essentials, you
should have a happy and healthy horse that is ready for you in the
Posted by TLC Animal Nutrition, Inc on 11/22/2017
An early foundation of Long Slow Distance (LSD) work will go a long ways
towards preventing injuries. If a horse is put into work without this
foundation, he may appear to be coming along nicely in terms of
cardiovascular and muscular fitness. But...
Posted by TLC Animal Nutrition, Inc on 10/31/2017
A member of the B vitamin family and a co-enzyme, Biotin
plays a role in collagen formation and is therefore essential for the
development of a healthy hoof. It is greatly
valued for its ability to enhance new horn growth and studies show
adequate Biotin intake can help expedite the growth process considerably.
Posted by TLC Animal Nutrition, Inc on 10/23/2017
Shortly after purchasing my gelding,
I had him checked by several vets. We took x-rays and that told the story -
this was my gelding's worst nightmare! He had multiple holes in both front feet
Posted by TLC Animal Nutrition, Inc on 10/6/2017
Some of the environmental factors that increase stress levels include:
travel, changes in routine, fear, pain and over/under exercise. Of course we all know how stress
and anxiety may reduce a horses ability to concentrate and perform
at their best but what factors influence the horses ability to deal with stress?
Posted by TLC Animal Nutrition, Inc on 9/30/2017
The process of bone remodeling
Posted by TLC Animal Nutrition, Inc on 9/28/2017
How mineral balance will provide either a negative or positive effect on the cation-anion balance and what that has to do with bone absorption.