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Foal Imprint Training

Posted by Karen on Wed 1st of February 2006

Straight from the horse's mouth: Dr. Hayes interviews Robert M. Miller, DVM, founder of the Foal Imprint Training method. Listen in as Dr. Miller discusses how this revolutionary method helps create friendly, gentle foals that not only are easier to handle but also learn faster and perform better throughout their lives. Learn the two most common mistakes people make with this method, and go to Integral Horse's "links" page to link to Dr. Miller's website, where you can find his books and videos.

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Help Your Horse Breathe Easier

Posted by Karen on Wed 1st of February 2006

If you want to make your heaves-afflicted horse more comfortable and extend his useful life, or if you simply want to know how to protect a healthy horse's respiratory tract, this is a lecture you need to hear.

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February 2006 Horse Care IQ Quiz

Posted by Karen on Wed 1st of February 2006

This month: two questions, both about a completely avoidable but deadly menace: botulism.

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Arthritis Is Not A Done Deal.

Posted by Karen on Wed 4th of January 2006

Why is arthritis so common in horses? Regardless of what you've heard, it's not inevitable. And, if your horse already has arthritis, it doesn't have to get worse. Listen in on a Hayes lecture to find out why common horsekeeping damages your horse's joints.

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How Not To Feed

Posted by Karen on Wed 4th of January 2006

Find out why the way we all feed our horses contributes to indigestion, gas, waste, aging, colic, social conflict, and stress in our horses, and how we solved that problem at The Perfect Stall.

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How Not To Feed

Posted by Karen on Wed 4th of January 2006

Find out why the way we all feed our horses contributes to indigestion, gas, waste, aging, colic, social conflict, and stress in our horses, and how we solved that problem at The Perfect Stall.

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How Not To Feed

Posted by Karen on Wed 4th of January 2006

Find out why the way we all feed our horses contributes to indigestion, gas, waste, aging, colic, social conflict, and stress in our horses, and how we solved that problem at The Perfect Stall.

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January Horse Care IQ Quiz

Posted by Karen on Sun 1st of January 2006

This month: two questions, one about disinfectants to de-germ a stall, and one about disinfecting a newborn foal's umbilical stump.

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The Perfect Manure Management System

Posted by Karen on Wed 14th of December 2005

MANURE: IT'S NOT A PROBLEM. IT'S AN OPPORTUNITY.

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Breeding Your Mare?

Posted by Karen on Tue 13th of December 2005

As you enter the new breeding year, you wonder: Is your mare a "problem breeder?" For in-depth information about broodmare care, read on.

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