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Keeping Your Cattle Cool in the Arizona Heat: Part 3 of 3

In this three-part series, we have been exploring ways to keep your cattle healthy during the hot spring and summer months in Arizona. In addition to proper feeding and providing shade, you can also keep your cattle cool by choosing the right time of the day to work them and by ensuring they have the proper amount of water intake. 

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Keeping Your Cattle Cool in the Arizona Heat: Part 2 of 3

In this second of a three-part series, we will discuss additional ways to keep your cattle cool and healthy during the hot Arizona spring and summer. 

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Keeping Your Cattle Cool in the Arizona Heat: Part 1 of 3

With the hot Arizona weather upon us, you may be looking for ways to ensure your cattle remain cool and healthy. In this three-part series, we will take a closer look at how to keep your cowherd safe and comfortable in the spring and summer heat.

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Keeping Your Horse Healthy This Summer Part 3: Adjusting Schedules

Heat stress is a concern for horses that are older, out of shape or obese. Young foals can also experience heat stress due to hydration. To avoid heat stress, it is a good idea to make some adjustments to your schedule while also being continually aware of your horse’s condition. 

Making Adjustments

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Keeping Your Horse Healthy This Summer Part 2: Providing Water

Perhaps the simplest and most important step you can take to keep your horse healthy during the summer is to ensure you are providing free and easy access to clean water throughout the day. But how much water is enough and how do you keep it clean?

How Much Water Should I Provide?

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Keeping Your Horse Healthy This Summer Part 1: Understanding the Issue

With the warmer summer months just around the corner, it is a good time to look at ways to keep your horse cool and safe from heat-related illnesses. In this three-part series, we will look at simple steps you can take this summer to keep your horse healthy.

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Tracking Your Horse’s Vitals for Good Health

As a horse owner, it is important for you to know some basics about horse health and how to recognize when problems arise. Of course, in order to know if something is wrong, you need to know what things look like when they are right.

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Guide to Basic Horse Equipment and Care

If you plan to purchase a horse, there are several items that you will want to be sure to purchase in order to properly care for your equine friend. Here are some of the items you will need:

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Basic Guidelines to Feeding Your Horse

As a first time horse owner, you may feel a bit apprehensive about feeding your horse. While you may have to do a bit of experimentation to find that combination of feed for your horse, there are a few general rules that you should keep in mind when determining how much to feed.

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Cleaning Your Horse’s Stall Part 3: The Deep Clean

Even with regular maintenance of your stall, an occasional deep cleaning may be necessary. This will help to ensure your horse’s stall is free from potential insects, fungus, molds or other issues that may have developed beneath the top bedding layers that you did not notice. 

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