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How Do You Know When Grazing Muzzle Season Has Arrived?

Posted by Sarah Borns on

How Do You Know When Grazing Muzzle Season Has Arrived?

Spring is around the corner and we've got grazing muzzles on our mind. If you're like many horse owners, you may be unsure when to take your horse's muzzle back out after the Winter season. Do you tie it to the calendar or are there other signs to follow for starting grazing muzzle season? How do you know when to retrieve your horse's muzzle from the tack room?   View this post on Instagram A post shared by GG Equine (@greenguardequine) Let's all admit right now that very few tack rooms are this well organized.    Every horse is different and...

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Prep Your Grazing Muzzle for Winter

Posted by Sarah Borns on

Prep Your Grazing Muzzle for Winter
GreenGuard muzzles are tough and durable. Like any other piece of tack, however, you can extend the life of your muzzle by making sure it is clean and properly stored for the Winter.

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How do grazing muzzles contribute to overall horse health?

Posted by Melvin Pena on

How do grazing muzzles contribute to overall horse health?
A grazing muzzle is an investment in your horse's long-term health and well-being. Wearing a grazing muzzle allows horses, especially those prone to overgrazing, more turnout time, more social interaction with herdmates, and keeps their digestive systems working properly.

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Common Horse Grazing Muzzle Problems

Posted by Ana-Maria Echeverri on

Common Horse Grazing Muzzle Problems

Rubbing, chafing, lack of air, poor durability, water and debris getting caught inside: all of these are common problems that horses have with traditional grazing muzzles. We look at these and more. How many have you experienced with your horse?

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Why Do Farriers Recommend Grazing Muzzles for Their Equine Clients?

Posted by Rebecca Wyatt on

Why Do Farriers Recommend Grazing Muzzles for Their Equine Clients?
Part blacksmith, part vet, a farrier must master a range of skills to properly treat and service equine hooves. Farriers also have to be as good at managing people as they do horses. One farrier discusses how a grazing muzzle can be a proactive means to avoiding laminitis, founder, and other hoof health problems that farriers face on a daily basis.

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