Natural Horse Care
Proper horse care begins with good nutrition practices. Chances are, if a horse needs medical attention, the causes can be traced to poor feeding practices, nutrient-deficient feed, bad farming and, ultimately, imbalanced, demineralized soil. Pat Coleby shares decades of experience working with a variety of horses. She explains how conventional farming and husbandry practices compromise livestock health, resulting in problems that standard veterinary techniques can’t properly address. Natural Horse Care addresses a broad spectrum of comprehensive health care, detailing dozens of horse ailments, discussing their origins, and offering proven, natural treatments.
About the Author
Pat Coleby, 1928-2015, was one of the true pioneers of natural farming with decades of experience in animal husbandry and a special interest in the relationship between the health of the land and animal. The lessons Coleby wrote in Natural Horse Care are based on her first-hand experience with providing natural care of farm animals. She was also the author of Natural Sheep Care, Natural Goat Care and Natural Cattle Care.
SKU 6492. Copyright 2001, 2010, softcover, 164 pages. 52 per case.