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Looking Back: Feeding Horses in the 1800s

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I came across an interesting book called The History, Treatment, and Diseases of the Horse written by William Youatt for the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge, first published in 1831 and last...

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Healthy Critters Radio: Oats, Electrolytes, A-Level Horses

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The 18th episode of Healthy Critters Radio on the Horse Radio Network is online and includes: • Randi Goulding of Green River Farm joins us to talk about feeding a large barn of A-Level hunters, jumpers,...

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What Horses Used to Eat: Feeding Horses in 1856

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A veterinary surgeon named John Stewart, professor of veterinary medicine in Glasgow, Scotland, wrote a book that was published in 1856 called The Stable Book: Being a Treatise on the Management of Horses.  With...

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