Preparing for winter is especially important for horses who typically enjoy pasture grasses and have to now become accustomed to eating hay. Join Dr. Getty for guidance on the best ways to keep horses warm, and in good flesh, while protecting them against colic that often occurs in cold weather.
Dr. Juliet Getty, internationally respected equine nutritionist, shares tips about this topic and more on the award winning Horsemanship Radio. Her recent interview with the show’s host, Monty Roberts’ daughter, Debbie Roberts Loucks, can be heard at:https://www.horsemanshipradio.com/2020/11/01/170-by-finishline-fencing-ranch-romance-dr-juliet-getty/ Check out Episode #170 at minute marker 32:00 to enjoy this 18-minute discussion. Horsemanship Radio is dedicated to the exploration of good horsemanship throughout the world, offering tips and interviews that explore good horsemanship.
Interviews are also archived at https://gettyequinenutrition.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 and Kindle versions. The paperback version is available at https://gettyequinenutrition.com — buy the book there and have it inscribed by the author. Print and Kindle versions are also available at Amazon; find print version 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!
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