Kentucky Equine Research

Kentucky Equine Research Named Official  Equine Nutritionist of the FEI WEG Tryon 2018
Kentucky Equine Research will coordinate importing, controlling and distributing feed, forage and bedding at the 2018 WEG.
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Kentucky Equine Research Expands Facilities to Include Dedicated Thoroughbred Training Center
Kentucky Equine Research has expanded its research facilities to include a Thoroughbred training center in Ocala, Florida.
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Kentucky Equine Research Recognizes 30 Years of Equine Nutrition Expertise with Bold New Look
Founded in 1988, Kentucky Equine Research’s published research studies and product innovations have revolutionized the way people feed horses around the world.
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KER Introduces Triacton for Equine Bone Density
KER's new research-proven supplement increases bone density in horses.
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Enter for a Chance to Win a Custom Ecogold Saddle Pad
Kentucky Equine Research (KER) is offering your choice of ECOGOLD saddle pad! The winner of KER’s sweepstakes can design their own pad style, color, and size, up to a value of $250.
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Summer Horse Care Tips from KER
Don’t let seasonal challenges stand in the way of enjoying your horse. Continue reading for summertime horse-management tips from Kentucky Equine Research (KER), the world leader in equine nutrition.
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Feeding for Healthy Summer Hooves
With conditioning, shows, trail rides, parades, and other horse-related events, summer may be your busiest riding time. Keeping your horse sound for all this activity is partly related to taking good care...
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Management Tips to Reduce the Risk of Springtime Laminitis
In many parts of the country, dormant winter forages will soon transition to lush, green grass. As seasons change, forage growth accelerates and ingestion of fructan-rich grasses increases.
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Temperature Swings Increase Risk of Colic in Horses
As winter sets in, notable temperature swings have occurred in many areas of the country. Perhaps it’s 50 degrees during the day but drops to 25 degrees at night, or sunny and mild one day but...
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