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Headshaking

Headshaking was first described almost 200 years ago. It is characterised by an uncontrollable, often repetitive vertical and horizontal (head nodding) or rotary movement of the head and neck, often without any obvious external cause or stimuli.

 

 

Do you have a Headshaking horse?Headshaking was first described almost 200 years ago. It is characterised by an...

Posted by John Kohnke Products on Thursday, 2 July 2015

 

 

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The difference between ‘well built’ and fat?

Improving condition on a horse and building top-line are two quite different objectives in an equestrian sport and show preparation, which are sometimes confused and regarded as the same.

 

 

The difference between ‘well built’ and fat? Improving condition on a horse and building top-line are two quite...

Posted by John Kohnke Products on Monday, 15 June 2015

 

 

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Chew your food, Mr. Horse!

Horses grind or ‘mince’ food into small particles of less than 1.6-2.0 mm in diameter by the repeated ‘sweeping’ action of the jaws, chewing each mouthful an average of 12 times, or 60-75 chews/minute over a range of feeds.

 

 

Chew your food, Mr. Horse!Horses grind or ‘mince’ food into small particles of less than 1.6-2.0 mm in diameter by the...

Posted by John Kohnke Products on Tuesday, 26 May 2015

 

 

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The OTTB Legacy: Rest doesn’t always heal Gastric Ulcers!

Gastric ulcers are a common problem in equine athletes, especially for horses in race, endurance and intense equestrian training. However, even pleasure-riding horses can suffer from gastric ulcers and gastric irritation.

 

 

The OTTB Legacy: Rest doesn’t always heal Gastric Ulcers!Gastric ulcers are a common problem in equine athletes,...

Posted by John Kohnke Products on Tuesday, 9 June 2015

 

 

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