Soulful Equine’s educational archive continues to grow in both popularity and value.
Since its inception, my goal has been to provide high quality content to our readers. We’ve now accumulated a large archive of articles related to natural horse care.
Since the archive has grown significantly, I wanted to share with you 10 of Soulful Equine’s most visited articles in 2011.
I’m pleased to feature an article today from Sharon Tousley, who is my partner in Soulful Equine. Sharon is an exceptional writer but she usually stays behind the scenes here at Soulful Equine helping to make sure things are running smoothly. Although Sharon is not the horse lover between us (she’s more the dog lover), I’ve been working on convincing her to write more for Soulful Equine. Please make her feel welcome by adding your comment at the bottom of this article.
You’re sitting down, right?
Don’t worry. I don’t have bad news and I’m not going to shock you (at least not intentionally). I’m just trying to picture what most of my readers are doing right now.
You’re probably reading this on some kind of device or printed off on paper – holding it with your hands – reading it with your eyes – breathing freely in and out. Probably in a cozy home, warmed with heat or cooled with air conditioning.
When was the last time you noticed the abundance of equine nutritional products on the market? It’s crazy, isn’t it? It’s also confusing.
Additionally, we have products that are labeled “veterinarian recommended” or have the seal of approval from the National Animal Supplement Council (NASC).
This type of labeling can be used as a guide but should not be the deciding factor when selecting a product for your horse.
Monsteranto – Hatch One Today
Have you ever watched the movie I Am Legend with Will Smith? The story is about a “cure” for cancer that later resulted in radical long term effects that almost knocked out the human race as we know it today.
At first, the treatment completely cures a patient’s cancer. That sounds great doesn’t it? Not so great if horrible mutations developed after the fact.
I walked away from that movie with a sick feeling in my stomach, because it’s not that far fetched from what could become a reality.