On this episode, co-hosts Dr. Tania Cubitt and Katy Starr discuss how proper nutrition management can minimize the risk of a horse developing gastric ulcers including:
- Can horses have reflux?
- What is the best type of hay for horses suffering from gastric ulcers?
- Should you feed your horse before you ride or wait 30 minutes to an hour after feeding to ride?
This episode is jam packed and we cover so many questions! Even if you’ve never owned a horse with gastric ulcers, you’ll want to tune in because in the words of Benjamin Franklin, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”
Standlee owns over 18,000 acres of carefully managed alfalfa, timothy grass, orchard grass, alfalfa/grass and orchard/alfalfa hay. Our facility in the small town of Eden, Idaho is 142,000 square feet. We have an extensive customer base both domestically and internationally. Standlee is a leader in the Forage industry. We continue to market and develop the highest quality products for our loyal customers “all year.”