Watch our free webinar on managing and preventing gastric ulcers from a nutritional and veterinary perspective.
Overweight horses are more prone to serious health issues, including potentially life-threatening problems such as laminitis. Excess weight also places increased pressure on your horse’s bones and joints. And if your horse is too fat, they are much more likely to suffer from heat stress in hot weather. So what can you do if your horse is getting a little rotund?
Stress Paste supports a horse’s gut and muscle physiology in a way that helps them directly deal with stress. And in helping them cope with stress, we are able to reduce the impact of stress on their behaviour.
Performance horses can be at much greater risk of poor gut health and associated problems including: gastric ulcers, colic, diarrhoea, poor performance, and behavioural issues.
I have found the range incredibly reliable, effective, and easy to use and have never experienced a negative outcome nor have I even experienced a neutral outcome. Whenever I use Poseidon Products I see definite benefits over cases in which we haven’t incorporated the Poseidon range.
There are so many things that I wish I could have learnt early on in my horse career that I have now learned as a practicing vet.
Groundbreaking research out of the US shows that not only does physical stress (such as infection, inflammation, or trauma) activate the immune system but that psychological stress has the exact same impact.
Horses have always been a big part of my life, and I had always been keen to feed my horses as natural as possible. But I had one particular horse that I was having ongoing troubles with.
Felicity Davies is an Australian Horsemanship & Mindset Mentor, who hosts the Equestrian Perspective Podcast. In this episode she speaks with our own Linda Goldspink-Lord; Author, Entrepreneur, Speaker and Director of Poseidon Animal Health.
In animal nutrition, zeolites can also be used as toxin binders. But their usefulness as a toxin binder extends only as far as binding mycotoxins like aflatoxin that are charged and able to be attracted and ‘trapped’ by the zeolite.
As horse owners we only want the best for them, yet owning and caring for a horse can be expensive. We've got 8 tips to help you feed your horse to meet all their nutritional needs, while being more economical. Find out how to reduce your feed bill without compromising gut health or optimal equine nutrition.
As we learn more about the importance of human gut health and the role it plays in our overall health and well-being, we are slowly turning our efforts to understanding the impact gut health has on our horses too.