Choosing an appropriate bit can be a confusing process for horse enthusiasts. This 6-page illustrated fact sheet describes the various types of bits and how to select the best bit for horse and rider. Written by Edward L. Johnson and Kylee J. Duberstein. Published by the UF Department of Animal Sciences, January 2011.
Horses often live into their late 20s and early 30s. But as the horse ages, its needs change, and additional care may be required to keep it as healthy as possible. This 5-page fact sheet addresses changes in the aging horse’s body that impact its requirements, along with possible ways to meet these requirements and solutions to problems that may occur. It was written by Edward L. Johnson, Kylee Jo Duberstein and Mark Shuffitt, and published by the UF Department of Animal Sciences, October 2010.
AN235, a 4-page fact sheet by Edward L. Johnson and Kylee J. Duberstein, lists 25 key points to keep in mind when determining how to meet one’s horse’s nutritional requirements. Published by the UF Department of Animal Science, March 2010.
AN236, a 5-page fact sheet by Edward L. Johnson and Kylee J. Duberstein, discusses the nutritional needs of horses, common guidelines to observe when feeding one’s horse, and how to determine if a horse’s nutritional requirements are being met. Published by the UF Department of Animal Science, March 2010.