After the wettest winter on record, many of us have fields that leave a lot to be desired.
Some parts will have been under water for weeks on end and there will almost certainly be areas that have been heavily poached.
Weaning can be a traumatic time for mare and foal, both psychologically and nutritionally, but with a bit of planning and preparation it needn't be too traumatic for either.
Temperatures are forecast to be high this weekend, so keep your horse cool with these tips from The Equine Vet Clinic.
By the time you read this we will, hopefully, be having weather more akin that expected at this time of year.
THE poor doer is the subject of many a query for the equine nutritionist; keeping condition on some horses can feel like an uphill battle.
The Equine Vet Clinic, in Houston, Renfrewshire, is moving to new premises next month.
ONE of the most common winter time health problems in equines is colic.
THE weather being what it is at this time of year and all the festivities approaching may mean that you have decided to give your equine partner some well deserved time off.
As I am sure you will all be aware, we are well and truly in to autumn, even thought it seems like summer never quite happened, and winter is just around the corner.