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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.

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For over 2,000 years, the quest for the golden ratio has expressed itself in mathematics, art, music, design, and nature. It is the universal perfect equation of harmonious proportions that govern the universe. It is seen in a pentagon, the spiral pattern of leaves, the Mosque of Uqba, Salvador Dali’s “The Sacrament of the Last Supper.” And it is seen in a horse’s frog.

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the addition of a feed to maintain weight, is he getting all the nutrition he needs from his hay or pasture alone? What if you provide a trace mineral block in his stall or pasture?

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Can probiotics help my horse? The answer depends on the cause of the horse’s digestive issues. Probiotics have been shown to be beneficial for horses experiencing several conditions, including an unhealthy diet, stress from travel or competition, age-related issues, illness, or recovery from surgery. For foals, probiotics help populate young digestive systems faster.

Two young boys came to our program. Ricki and Jonah had no desire to participate or even give the program a try. They clearly wanted nothing to do with the program or the horses. One day, Jonah and Ricki were working with Buddy, a horse that does not budge if he doesn’t understand what is being asked of him. They were trying to move him through the bridge obstacle, but Buddy wouldn’t move a muscle.

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