Are you ready to have your understanding of grasses & grazing turned upside
Have you wondered why your horses always seem overweight when grazing grass?
Do you find that your horses are still getting cresty necks or are
experiencing serious metabolic problems (such as founder or EMS) even on
dried out grass?
Have you had problems with your horses foundering on overgrazed grass?
Did you know that stressed (brown, dry) grass or overgrazed grass can
actually be worse for horses then green, healthy grass. Lush grass is
actually a meaningless word what is more important is grazing horses on
grass with lower carbs & sugars.
If any of this applies to you, or if you are curious to learn more about
grasses, grazing and the effects of sugars and non structural carbohydrates
on horses, then join HCW at this free lecture with equine veterinarian Dr
Hank Greenwald sponsored by the King Conservation District on Tuesday, July
18th, 6:30-9pm in Preston, WA.
Grass, Pastures and Horse Health Have you been wondering about the sugars
in grass and how this affects your horses health? Do you hear conflicting
info on whether morning time grazing is safer vs. evening? Are you horses
in a diet pen still foundering? Do you have horses with Insulin resistance
/ Equine Metabolic Syndrome, Cushings or laminitis? Are you concerned that
your horses may be at risk for serious metabolic disease? Based on your
current pasture situation, do you know how to choose hay appropriate for
your horse? For more information on managing pastures, not just for grass
but also for horse health, then join equine veterinarian Dr Hank Greenwald
for this lecture presentation on understanding the relationship between
grass, pastures and horse health. Preston, WA. Tuesday, July 18th,
6:30-9pm. FREE! To register and receive a map contact the King Conservation
District at 425-277-5581, ext. 125 or Roseanne.Campagna@...
Find out how you can manage your grasses and grazing time to reduce the
sugars and non-structural carbohydrate loads your horses are consuming!
Overgrazing is NOT the way to manage health issues in horses! Gain more
tools for your toolbox in handling horse health issues and pasture
To register for this event contact the King Conservation District at
425-277-5581, ext. 125 or Roseanne.Campagna@...
Alayne Renee Blickle
Horses for Clean Water
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