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ThinLine introduces the Flexible Filly Grazing Muzzle with adjustable grazing hole size to customize the muzzle to your horse’s dietary needs. The muzzle is manufactured with food grade resins that provide a durable yet lightweight, flexible alternative to traditional muzzles. Veterinarian recommendations for safe grazing in a muzzle are a 3.5 to 4 cm grazing hole for full-time grazing, and 2 to 2.5 cm for restricted grazing often required for horses with metabolic issues. The industry standard is 3 cm and grazing holes are not adjustable.
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Kick off your Summit weekend by attending one of these fantastic Friday seminars! “Professional Day” is for anyone who wants to learn! 2020 Coaches Professional Day - Equestrian Canada is launching a Coach License system that is going to affect all coaches and instructors. We have invited a panel of experts to present information on Coach Licensing and then we will open up for a Question and Answer session with these experts.

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Making Electrolytes Smart - Does your horse have a drinking problem? Good hydration is not just about how much a horse drinks, it’s also about how the water is used internally. A properly hydrated horse with balanced electrolytes will be healthier and perform better. A dehydrated horse is at increased risk of impaction colic and reduced athletic potential.

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A diagnosis of asthma used to mean retirement for performance horses, or in some cases, euthanasia. But with advancements in research, good management, and the development of products that help coughing horses perform, now many riders can keep their wheezing horses comfortable and extend their lives. Asthma — also known as inflammatory airway disease (IAD), heaves, broken wind, COPD, and recurrent airway obstruction (RAO) — is one of the most common respiratory ailments in horses, whereby the horse’s air passages narrow and normal breathing becomes onerous.
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Written by 30 professional horsemanship instructors from the United States and Canada, the Composite Horsemanship Manual, Levels 1 – 4 from Certified Horseman Association (CHA) is a must-have resource for all horseback riders. CHA is the largest certifying body of equine professionals in North America, having certified over 30,000.
Cribbing, compulsive equine behaviour, compulsive horse behaviour, EQyss Crib-Guard
Cribbing is a compulsive behaviour in which the horse places his upper incisors on a hard surface such as fence board or stall door, flexes his neck, pulls against the object, and sucks in air. He then releases the air all at once in a grunting or belching noise. Cribbing is a stereotypy or repetitive behaviour that appears to serve no practical purpose.
CF Fence, Alan Cossentine, reliable livestock fencing, horse farm fencing, pipe technology, 1.625-inch galvanized pipe, ripple pipe
At CF Fence in southern Okanagan, BC, owner Alan Cossentine recognizes the value and importance of safe, reliable fencing for livestock on farms and ranches.

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