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Posted by Grange Co-op on 16th May 2022

Equine dewormer is a treatment that is familiar to almost every horse owner. That’s because every horse is at risk of getting infected with worms. However, there are also risks associated with not treating worms in horses, such as damage to the intestinal wall or respiratory problems. There are also risks with over-treatment, such as causing dewormer resistance. While equine experts have different approaches on how and when to deworm, horse ow… Read more

Posted by Grange Co-op on 25th Apr 2022

Any horse owner knows that horses can get hurt even without ever leaving the barn. Having a well-thought-out horse first aid kit can help with those situations that don’t call for a visit to the vet. They also come in handy when you need to apply first aid for horses with more serious injuries. Sometimes, having the right products handy can help you stabilize your horse’s condition until the vet arrives. So, what do you need to ensure you’re p… Read more

Posted by Grange Co-op on 9th Mar 2022

Horses, especially performance horses, spend more time in their stalls than they do out of them. It’s where they eat, sleep, and take shelter from harsh weather. However, any horse owner knows that while these are large, strong animals, they are also vulnerable to injuries and disease. To properly care for your horse, quality stall bedding is vital to their wellbeing —every detail matters, from the design of the doors to the m… Read more

Posted by Grange Co-op on 19th Jun 2020

This is Land O’Lakes/Purina Equine Nutritionist, Karen Davison, guest speaking on our @grangecoop Facebook LIVE! Dr. Davison was available for an equine Q&A session directly with our followers. Watch as Karen discusses equine feed do’s and don’ts, nutrition information and more! At Land O’Lakes/Purina, Karen is known for taking science out of the lab and directly to owners, and horses, in a way that makes a real difference. She uses her team’s… Read more