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Cold weather presents horses with some specific nutritional and management demands. As winter approaches it is a good idea to evaluate your horses housing and feeding programs to insure that they get through the cold weather in good shape. All warm-blooded animals have a critical temperature.

Tips for Making it a Better Winter for Wildlife

Winter is just around the corner, and that means deer, elk, game birds, squirrels, chipmunks and wild birds are shifting into survival mode. Because it’s a time of particular stress for wildlife, it also happens to be a time when your actions can have a tremendous impact. Here are a few steps you can take to ensure the survival of wildlife in your area and even attract them to your property. Good Nutrition At this time of year, energy sources for wildlife are starting to dwindle.

Feeding Your Horse Treats

While feeding your horse treats can be something fun that both of you enjoy, there are a few things to know about it first. Here are some tips on giving your horse treats:The foodBefore you get in a consistent treat-giving mood, figure out what your horse likes to eat first.

That’s Not Hay! Three Ways To Stop A Horse From Chewing Tails

If you have one horse with a nice tail, and all the rest of your herd’s tails are mangled, you might have a tail-chewer on your hands. Seeing these tips in a few places including from Dr. Karen Hayes on Equisearch. com, shows that these three tips are effective in getting that pesky horse to stop chewing:1) IsolationThe first option you should try is isolating the horse that is doing the chewing.