Horses

Resources About Horses

A short guide to how horses get along with other species at a farmed animal sanctuary!
A short guide to how horses get along with other species at a farmed animal sanctuary!
What do care staff need to know about Exertional and Non-Exertional Rhabdomyolysis in horses?
What do care staff need to know about Exertional and Non-Exertional Rhabdomyolysis in horses?
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There are many different breeds of horses. This is an introduction to some of those breeds and health issues to be aware of in
There are many different breeds of horses. This is an introduction to some of those breeds and health issues to be aware of in various breeds.
A reddish brown mother horse eats grass with her foal resting beside her.
Ultimately, this resource seeks to provide caregivers with a foundational understanding of nutritional requirements they can use when they speak with an experienced
Ultimately, this resource seeks to provide caregivers with a foundational understanding of nutritional requirements they can use when they speak with an experienced veterinarian or equine nutritionist about appropriate diets for pregnant or lactating mare residents.
A lamb eats fresh spring grass in the sun.
This is a mini introductory resource on spring pasture-related health issues, briefly covering things to look out for and precautions to take to ensure
This is a mini introductory resource on spring pasture-related health issues, briefly covering things to look out for and precautions to take to ensure residents stay happy and healthy this spring!
A cream colored background. A cartoon yellow sun peaks out from behind a baby clue cloud. Bellow are green scribbles that represent grass. Over the cloud are the words "Spring Green Pastures".
This infographic provides tips on how to keep your residents healthy on lush pastures.
This infographic provides tips on how to keep your residents healthy on lush pastures.

Fun Facts About Horses

When exposed to lavender scented air, heart rates in horses lower, feeling calmer while exposed to the lavender. Do you have any scents that help calm you down?
Horses have great longterm memories! They can recall things they have learned years later without any refresher of what they learned between learning and recalling.
A horse can also remember what your emotional state was when they last saw you, so being calm, cheery, and gentle can be important when meeting the same individual horse regularly!

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