Best Equine Vets and Health Providers in Oregon

Oregon horse health includes knowledge of proper nutrition. What your horse eats will affect the horse's hoof and general health. Feeding your equine the right supplements, grain, hay for their needs are important subjects. What about those extra top dressings like flaxseed, herbs, coat conditioners, yeast, etc? Contact your large animal vet, farrier or holistic equine clinician for guidance on how to know what and how much to give.

Is Omega-3 oil a part of your horse health program in Oregon? Omega-3 fatty acids are long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs), which help provide structure to cell membranes in tissues across the body. Equines cannot produce these and must rely on forage.Choose the best omega-3 option for your horse by considering the supplement form (liquid, pellet, meal or powder), your goal in providing omega-3 support, and cost. For help, talk with a nutritionist or your vet.

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