Are you a new customer?
Wondering if your horse is starting to age?
Not sure when to classify your horse as a "senior"?
Here are some tips for recognising that your horse is aging:
Signs that Your Horse is Aging
Older horses find it harder to effectively absorb nutrients from their diet. This directly affects the way they look, behave and feel.
Of course, age is important. Basically, one can say that horses can be considered seniors from 15 to 18 years old. To really tell when your horse is getting older, a lot of signs are visible.
Here are the main signs:
Once your horse is starting to age, you should adjust their feed. Here are the most important tips:
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