Newsletter • March 2012

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Protect Your Stable From Deadly Toxins in Forage and Hay

Drought conditions in the plains and southern United States, and wetter than normal weather patterns on the East Coast, provided conditions favorable for the development of mycotoxins, which are byproducts of mold that favor ingredients commonly used in horse feeds.

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New Resources for Senior Horse Owners

The Purina® Senior Horse Resource Center is your central source for senior horse information gathered from industry experts. Find videos and articles designed to provide you with expert aging horse care information.

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2012 Winter Equestrian Festival

The 2012 Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) is currently under way in Wellington, Fla. The annual festival is one of the world’s largest equestrian competitions.

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Ambassador Spotlight

Kiaran McLaughlin
World-renowned horse trainer Kiaran McLaughlin, Thoroughbred Times Today trainer of the week (January 13, 2012), is earning recognition for his recent achievements at the Aqueduct Racetrack.
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Purina® Equine Senior® Horse Feed Testimonial

“Rocky is 30 years old now and according to his vet, looks better than he did at 20. Several years back, as he lost teeth, the vet advised I give him a senior feed. Rocky has been on Purina® Equine Senior® horse feed for the past eight years. Another plus is the condition of his hoofs. His trimmer brags that he has the best feet of any horse on the place, and he's the oldest!”
- Sherry, Myrtle Beach, S.C.

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