Episode 42 of Healthy Critters Radio is now available via the Horse Radio Network! This episode includes: Expert Corner: Alison Kavey of Rivendell Dressage discusses managing senior horses Critter Nutrition: Electrolytes versus salts Tiggipedia: Tigger’s favorite products for horses and dogs in the summer. Coffee Klatch: tips on choosing a horse trainer Ask Hedwig on Facebook ...[Read Full Article]
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Summer is the time of flies, ticks, fleas, heat, and keeping the horses and dogs comfortable despite it all. I confess that I can be lured by a good marketing ad or article, and of course a personal product recommendation from a friend carries a lot of weight. Sometimes it boils down to my own ...[Read Full Article]
Team BioStar welcomes Jan Byyny, our newest member! Jan’s primary focus is selecting, training, and competing event horses. She owns and manages Surefire Farm, a busy lesson, sales and training business in Purcellville, Va. and actively competes at all levels of eventing. Consistently a top ranked international rider, Jan’s career highlights include representing the U.S. at the Pan American ...[Read Full Article]
~by Hillary Jean “My horse has been overweight for the last four years. No matter how much I tried to cut down on his food intake – decreasing his hay, soaking and steaming his hay, and removing all processed grain – I could not get him to lose his hay belly. He always looked bloated ...[Read Full Article]
For the summer of 2017, BioStar has pledged a portion of proceeds from the sale of BioFlora EQ to support the Cape Hatteras National Seashore’s wild horses, otherwise known as “Banker” ponies in Ocracoke, NC. Ocracoke ponies are not actually ponies at all, but are true horses, descended from Spanish mustangs just like the Corolla and Shackleford ...[Read Full Article]