Redmond Equine Blog

Equine nutritional needs will change depending on your horse's age, level of activity, and breed.

How Do Horse Care & Equine Nutrition Needs Change When the Weather Warms?

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Should I Give My Horse Salt or Electrolytes?

Salt and electrolytes are critical for horses. Learn about equine electrolytes, how often you should feed electrolytes to horses, and the best supplement.

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6 Tips for Taking Great Pictures of Your Horse

Ready to learn how to take good pictures of a horse? Here are 5 simple photographer tips for better pics, plus the best camera lens for horse photography.

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The Real Secret to Connecting With Your "Heart Horse"

Have you found your heart horse? Learn the science of why horses are good therapy, what helps you bond, and how to strengthen the human-horse relationship.

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11 Ways to Prepare for Spring and Keep Your Horse Healthy

Make sure your horse stays healthy during the changing seasons. Check out these 12 horse care tips to keep your horse well heading into spring.

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Do you Know How Much Garlic To Feed Horses?

Garlic has many benefits for horses. But do you know how much garlic to feed horses? Get the right amount with Redmond Rock Crushed with Garlic.

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6 Tips to Keep Pesky Flies Away From Horses

Looking for ways to keep flies away from your horse? Get tips here on fly control, from natural fly repellents to the best fly supplement for horses.

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A Redmond Story: The Remedy for My Horse's Gas Colic and Equine Ulcers

Gas colic in horses and other equine ulcer symptoms are a common problem. Redmond Daily Gold Stress Relief horse ulcer supplement heals ulcers naturally.

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Garlic for Horses: Which Form is Best to Feed?

Garlic has many health benefits for horses and is a natural way to keep flies away. Learn about garlic and the best way of feeding it to horses.

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Rock Salt vs. Mineral Block: Which is Best for My Horse?

Horses need access to a mineral salt block or rock salt lick. Which is best? Read about the different types of salt and mineral supplements for horses.

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