Dr. Getty focuses on “Practical Dietary Tips for Promoting Optimal Hoof Health” in recorded webinar

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Dan Craig demonstrates barefoot on cadaver hoof at Rocky Mountain Horse Expo. Photo by Ley Bouchard for the Valley Equestrian News.

Dr. Getty focuses on “Practical Dietary Tips for Promoting Optimal Hoof Health” in recorded webinar

 
For years, horse owners have relied on Dr. Juliet Getty for advice on how to feed the “whole horse,” not just his feet. That’s because what affects the horse’s entire body, also impacts his hooves and his quality of life.  
 
The American Hoof Association sponsored a live webinar in September 2017 and the event has been recorded in its entirety for you to enjoy.  
 
The cost of the live event  was $25. Available to you for a reduced cost of $15. 
 
 
You will receive an mp4 file containing the full webinar recording including the PowerPoint presentation and Q&A session. It is 1 hour and 50 minutes in length.   
 
Discover how:
  • Leaky gut syndrome impacts hoof health
  • Weight loss can be accomplished and laminitis avoided
  • Hay analysis reports can be best evaluated
  • Insulin resistant horses can graze on pasture
  • Quality protein influences hoof health
  • Key nutrients can specifically target hooves
  • The Paddock Paradise system can improve hooves and overall health
  • Feeding in sync with the horse’s innate physiology is of paramount importance
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Juliet M. Getty, Ph.D. is an independent equine nutritionist with a wide U.S. and international following. Her research-based approach optimizes equine health by aligning physiology and instincts with correct feeding and nutrition practices. Dr. Getty’s goal is to empower the horseperson with the confidence and knowledge to provide the best nutrition for his or her horse’s needs.

Dr. Getty’s fundamental resource book, Feed Your Horse Like a Horse, is available in paperback as well as in hardcover, searchable CD and Kindle versions. All except the Kindle version are available at www.GettyEquineNutrition.com — buy the book there and have it inscribed by the author. Print and Kindle versions are also available at Amazon (www.Amazon.com); find print versions at other online retail bookstores. The seven individual volumes in Dr. Getty’s topic-centered “Spotlight on Equine Nutrition” series are available with special package pricing at her website, and also at Amazon in print and Kindle versions. Dr. Getty’s books make ideal gifts for equestrians!

Find a world of useful information for the horseperson at www.GettyEquineNutrition.com: Sign up for Dr. Getty’s informative, free e-newsletter, Forage for Thought; browse her library of reference articles; search her nutrition forum archives; and purchase recordings of her educational teleseminars and interviews. Find top-quality supplements, feeders, and other equine-related items, at her online Free Shipping Supplement Store[i]. Reach Dr. Getty directly at gettyequinenutrition@gmail.com.

  

 

 

Juliet M. Getty, Ph.D. is an independent equine nutritionist with a wide U.S. and international following. Her research-based approach optimizes equine health by aligning physiology and instincts with correct feeding and nutrition practices. Dr. Getty’s goal is to empower the horseperson with the confidence and knowledge to provide the best nutrition for his or her horse’s needs.

Dr. Getty’s fundamental resource book, Feed Your Horse Like a Horse, is available in paperback as well as in hardcover, searchable CD and Kindle versions. All except the Kindle version are available at www.GettyEquineNutrition.com — buy the book there and have it inscribed by the author. Print and Kindle versions are also available at Amazon

Juliet M. Getty, Ph. D.

(www.Amazon.com); find print versions at other online retail bookstores. The seven individual volumes in Dr. Getty’s topic-centered “Spotlight on Equine Nutrition” series are available with special package pricing at her website, and also at Amazon in print and Kindle versions. Dr. Getty’s books make ideal gifts for equestrians!

Find a world of useful information for the horseperson at www.GettyEquineNutrition.com: Sign up for Dr. Getty’s informative, free e-newsletter, Forage for Thought; browse her library of reference articles; search her nutrition forum archives; and purchase recordings of her educational teleseminars. Find top-quality supplements, feeders, and other equine-related items, at her online Free Shipping Supplement Store[i]. Reach Dr. Getty directly at gettyequinenutrition@gmail.com.