Author: Pat Coleby
Publisher: Hachette UK
This practical and definitive guide explains how to keep horses in excellent health the natural way. The vital roles of correct feed rations, vitamins and minerals in the health of a horse are fully explained; and practical guidance is given on topics such as selecting the right food, treating ailments with natural remedies, dealing with recovery from injury, and combating equine flu. Trainers, breeders and horsekeepers of all kinds will benefit enormously from Pat Coleby's many years of experience working with horses in the UK and Australia. She is a qualified vet, and also the author NATURAL PET CARE.
Foundations for Natural Horsemanship
Author: Jaime Jackson
Publisher: Star Ridge Publishing
"Describes how domestic horses can be made happier and healthier through an understanding of what nature intended for the horse." --Cover.
A Complete Illustrated Guide
Author: Micaela Myers
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Category: Sports & Recreation
This book features: More than 475 full-color photos of topics including: Hoof and leg anatomy Conformation Shoeing options Lameness Bone and joint issues Laminitis Navicular Muscle, nerve, and skin ailments Therapies and treatments
Learning from Wild Horses and Small Children
Author: Steve Edwards
Category: Family & Relationships
Whether standing in a courtroom or a corral, there are very few horsemen who can tell a story like Steve Edwards. In recent years, his love of wild horses has led him to develop the largest herd of Registered American Indian Horses on the entire east coast. Steve's unique riding program teaches natural horsemanship to children as young as five years old. In person or on a DVD, Steve communicates as well with kids as he does with horses. This poignant book, filled with warmth and humor, shows how natural horsemanship improves the lives of Steve's horses and his students. Hidden among his recounting of the accomplishments of his young riders is a detailed discussion of natural horsemanship. The training of horses is an inherently dangerous activity, and that danger is heightened when children participate in the process. Such activities should only be conducted by trained professionals. The author assumes no liability for any harm, damage, injury, or death resulting from the training techniques described herein.
An Owner's Guide
Author: Lorrie Bracaloni
Publisher: Lorrie Bracaloni
This manual shows how to find and identify your horses pain points, then if necessary release them. Saves you time and money. Learn how to apply these easy to us methods for your horse.
Author: Mary Bromiley
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Natural Methods for Equine Health and Performance, Second Edition, presents a concise overview of a natural approach to horse care and management for the 21st century. Mary Bromiley has an excellent reputation for achieving results using natural methods for muscle re-education. This book will be useful to anyone who owns or routinely works with horses. Provides advice on natural horsemanship, contrasting the natural and domestic habitats. Covers a range of holistic methods of treatment, including acupuncture, massage, herbalism and homeopathy. Discusses developmental interaction between a horse and humans. Contains expanded coverage of physical development and nutritional requirements. Includes clear explanations of how and why schooling exercises used by the Classical School improve a horse?s flexibility and performance.
Author: Pat Coleby
Publisher: Acres USA
Category: Technology & Engineering
Natural Cattle Care encompasses every facet of farm management, from the mineral components of the soils cattle graze over, to issues of fencing, shelter and feed regimens. Coleby presents a comprehensive analysis of farming techniques that keep the health of the animal in mind. She brings a wealth of animal husbandry experiences to bear in this analysis of the serious problems of contemporary farming practices, focusing on how poor soils lead to mineral-deficient plants and ailing farm animals. Coleby provides system-level solutions and specific remedies for optimizing cattle health and productivity.
Author: Pat Coleby
Publisher: Hachette UK
The essential guide to keeping pets in tip-top condition. Natural Pet Care explains how to keep cats, dogs, rabbits and guines pigs happy and healthly. This valuable book covers: How to develop and maintain excellent health using natural methods How to understand the real nutritional needs of an animal - and not rely on the claims of manufacturers How to provide better, natural food with more vitamins and minerals How to treat many common ailments using natural methods where possible How to improve breeding practices to avoid degenerative diseases PAT COLEBY is a qualified vet, with many years of experience both in Australia and overseas, and is also the author of NATURAL HORSE CARE.
A Guide to Natural Horse Boarding
Author: Jaime Jackson
Publisher: J Jackson Pub
Paddock Paradise (PP) is both a book title and a concept of a more naturalized way of horse keeping based upon the research done on the Great Basin wild horses by natural horse care expert and author, Jaime Jackson. PP is a must-read for any horse-owner or professional who wants to create an environment of more optimal mental and physical health for their horses while drastically reducing the number of hours spent on 'barn' chores. Jackson explains to readers why the concept works and how to create one in a simple and inexpensive manner. Not only do horses exercise more but also eat in the manner that nature intended . Research has shown that free-roaming horses are healthier than stabled ones but many kinds of pasture grasses can cause laminitis. PP is the solution for these issues and others that plauge horse owners around the world. "PP is an emerging trend," according to a summer 2011 issue of "The Horse" magazine.
Author: Anne Louise MacDonald
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
My Natural Horses is a unique full-color photo-illustrated guide to creating the healthiest, happiest horses possible. It is an introduction to the principles of Natural Horse Care, demonstrated by following two horses, Isabelle and Prince, through all four seasons of the year. Designed for ages seven and up, this book includes 150 superb photographs to delight everyone from the child who dreams of ponies to the active horse owner. The one hundred and fifty exceptional photographs make the book a joy just to look through. Larger text allows younger readers to get a basic understanding of Natural Horse Care, while smaller text gives more details to entertain and inform an older audience.
Author: Henry Heymering
Includes American Farriar's Association newsletter.
Author: Joy Keniston-Longrie
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
The Woodbrook Hunt Club, cofounded in 1926 by Maj. J. H. Mathews and Thornwood Estate superintendent Thomas Bryan, is the oldest fox-hunting club west of the Mississippi. Horses have long played an important historical role on the prairies south of Tacoma. The Nisqually Indians were the first to ride horses on the Nisqually Prairie in the early 1800s, followed by the Hudsons Bay Company and horse-race activities in the 1840s. The establishment of Fort Lewis in 1917 has protected this unique prairie ecosystem, resulting in a longstanding partnership with the Woodbrook Hunt Club. Today the club continues its rich tradition on the last remaining three percent of native prairie in the Puget Sound Corridor.
Author: Edwards M Jenny
Publisher: All Natural Horse Care
Equine Laminitis is a reference book for all horse owners who are struggling to help their horses to recover from the devastating effects of laminitis and founder. Written in clear, simple language that is easy to understand and implement for both beginners and experienced horse people alike. It will guide you through the issues related to the laminitis and give you practical ways to prevent, treat and manage the laminitic equine using safe and effective, natural methods.
Author: Pete Ramey
Publisher: Star Ridge Pub
Guide on how to care for the hoofs of your horses.
Tragic Mistakes to Avoid
Author: Stephanie Krahl
Did you know that salt plays an important role in your horse's health and that there are a multitude of misconceptions about feeding it to horses? Salt for Horses: Tragic Mistakes to Avoid teaches you how to choose the right kind of salt for your horse and why this precious substance - when in its proper form - can provide essential nutrients to your horse. Stephanie Krahl, author of Guiding Principles of Natural Horse Care, reflects on the impact salt has on the health of your horse and the tragic mistakes even most well-established equine nutritionists are making in regard to this essential nutrient. This simple guide presents the reader with sound persuasive arguments about feeding salt to horses based on authoritative scientific information. Stephanie's conversational style of writing along with her ability to assimilate complex details into easy to understand concepts is invaluable to the reader. Salt for Horses is an indispensable guide for those real horse lovers who make their choices with intent and promote their horse's health naturally.
The Integrated Horse
Author: Anni Stonebridge,Jane Cumberlidge Jane Cumberlidge
Publisher: The Crowood Press
Barefoot Horse Keeping provides a practical, accessible and objective guide to barefoot horse care and management. The book draws on empirical research and the authors' twenty-five years' experience delivering barefoot hoof care, saddle fitting, behavioural training and rider coaching. Topics covered include: the Barefoot philosphy; the herd and the environment; hoof trimming; diet and nutrition and equine anatomy and biomechanics. Of great interest to all horse owners and veterinary students, and fully illustrated with 230 colour photographs.