Well summer of 2018 has proven to be a hot and dry one, and while we’ve all enjoyed basking in some sunshine, there are some less desirable consequences for our horses.
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As we get into the warmer and drier days of summer brittle hooves are an all too common occurrence, Kate Hore RNutr(Animal) Senior Nutritionist at NAF explains why and how this happens in addition to including some useful tips on how we can prevent it.
We rely on the hooves to play many roles for our horses, and farriers know better than anyone that Mother Nature has created a minor miracle of engineering to do that.
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Sweet itch in horses, also known as summer dermatitis, is an allergic reaction to biting flies or midges.