How to Care for Your Horse in the Winter

How to Care for Your Horse in the Winter

Get advice on winter feeding, drinking, hoof, and coat care

Winter is coming and your horse is relying on you to take good care of them during the cool months. It’s important to remember that even a slight drop in temperature and humidity impacts your horse.

Attention to winter horse care is important regardless of the amount of snowy, rainy, and sub-zero days you experience. Remember your horse should not shiver, lose weight, or stop exercising in the cold months.

Because horses, like all animals, are experts at hiding signs of discomfort, it’s important you as a horse owner know the essentials to winter horse care and are in-tune with subtle changes in your horse’s behavior, coat, weight, and mood.

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10 Questions with Nick: Get to Know Nick Hartog, CEO and chief horse advocate of Grand Meadows

Get to Know Nick Hartog

You watch Nick’s videos on horse supplements and horse health. You read Nick’s blogs about horse health and wellness. You read Nick’s monthly newsletter where he updates you on the latest.

But how much do you really know about Nick? We sat down with Nick to find out more about the man behind the crazy shirts and learn what drives his passion for horse health and wellness.

We hope you enjoy this Q & A with Nick. Thank you, Nick, for making the time to answer our questions.

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Buying a Horse? What You Need to Know about Buying a Horse

5 Things You Need to Know About Buying A Horse

Buying a horse is an exciting time. There is nothing quite like owning your first horse or welcoming another horse to your family.

However, buying a horse is not a simple experience. Whether you’re an experienced rider looking to buy your first horse or a new rider keen to buy a horse – there are a few key things you need to know and consider.

Above all else – never feel pressured to buy a horse and make sure you’re buying a horse for the right reasons.

If you have suggestions about what people need to know when buying a horse or have a horse buying experience, please share it with the Grand Meadows community on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. The more we can support one another with our experiences and knowledge, the better.

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A Message Regarding COVID-19

Grand Meadows Horse Supplements

To our valued customers,
 
As the whole country awakens to the new reality of life under the threat of COVID-19, we at Grand Meadows have implemented strict new protocols beyond the Good Manufacturing Practices and sanitation systems we already have in place.
 
We are not experiencing problems with our supply chain for raw materials or packaging materials and we hope this will continue. However, we must be mindful that each day seems to bring a fresh set of challenges. We will keep you informed as soon as we anticipate any supply problems that may impact our ability to manufacture and ship our products to you and your beloved animals.
 
From all of us at Grand Meadows we extend our deep wish that you and your loved ones stay safe and healthy. Practicing social distancing and strict personal hygiene practices ensures we’re all coming together to defeat COVID-19.
 
Stay safe. Stay healthy. Take care. 
Nick Hartog
President

Healthy Coat: How To Give Your Horse a Healthy Coat and Improve Their Health. Learn How Equine Supplements Improve Horse Coat Health and Shine

How To Give Your Horse a Healthy Coat

To ensure a healthy horse coat and improve your horse’s health, you need to pay attention to all aspects of your horse’s health. A balanced diet, good grooming technique, consistent exercise, and regular vet visits are key.

Your horse’s coat can be an indicator of their overall health. Brittle coats, dryness, lack of shedding, and dull color are all signs that your horse is not feeling their best. Your horse should have a shiny glossy coat.

However, before you make any changes to your horse care habits and feeding, consult a veterinarian. It’s important to rule out underlying health conditions such as worms, parasites, and other skin conditions including warts, rain rot, proud flesh, hives, and summer sores.

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