Jean Klosowicz
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  • Bruce Mines, Ontario
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Hello! I am an Equine Nutrition Consultant helping horse owners with their horse's nutrition through personal consultations, seminars, blogging and writing articles. I take a comprehensive look at the horse's needs and come up with effective, cost-saving solutions. I have launched an easy to use Equine Nutrition Software called Feed My Horse. It is an on-line subscription with editions available for horse owners, health care professionals, feed stores and feed reps. It is available on my website

I own two horses (mother,daughter) for about 10 years and the younger has PPID. I have been working with horses for about 40 years now and still fueling the passion. I love what I do and look forward to chatting with you!

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Feeding Horses: The Bare-Bone Essentials For Good Performance Are Often Overlooked

It's almost the middle of show season and after months of preparation, training and schooling, horses are expected to be at their best and perform unconditionally.  Many horse owners are quick (and excited!) to purchase new tack and equipment, new show clothing, take extra lessons and even switch up their feeds to get the extra edge.  However, no matter how good you…


Posted on June 18, 2017 at 5:30pm

Iron In The Horse's Diet: Careful Monitoring Is Needed To Maintain Equine Health And Avoid Common Health Problems

Iron is an essential micromineral in the horse's diet and nature has provided an abundance of it in soils, plants and water.  Deficiencies in this mineral are very rare while excess amounts are all too common and can affect a horse's health in detrimental ways.  If your horse has any immune issues, metabolic conditions, infections, or laminitis pay extra…


Posted on March 12, 2017 at 2:00pm

Winter Riding - Great For You and Your Horse!

A great way to stay in shape is to head outdoors on your favourite steed! Take extra time to warm up your horse's cold muscles by spending more time at the walk and trot before venturing into deep snow or at faster speeds. Cooling down also takes longer because of the heavier winter coat, especially if a sweat has broken, so take your time…


Posted on February 19, 2017 at 12:22am

Equine Nutrition: A New Plan and A New Saddle- How To Have It All!

You are probably wondering what equine nutrition has to do with buying a new saddle.  Let me explain.... 


If you are anything like me I am really due for another saddle, but because of the big price tag that is usually attached to purchasing 'the right one', I knew I had to look at my budget and see the areas where I can trim back to jump-start my "saddle…


Posted on February 19, 2017 at 12:04am

Equine Nutrition: What Is Your "Attitude"?

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A horse's nutrition for the most part these days is largely dependent upon the experience, knowledge, but most importantly the "attitude" of its owner.  Attitude plays a key factor in almost everything we do, and often determines our successes or failures in our relationships, our work and, in this case, the horses we love and care for.


As I continue to work with horse owners in helping them with balanced nutrition plans for their horses, I find that it is…


Posted on February 12, 2017 at 8:40pm

Equine Nutrition: Horse Feeding Myths & Misconceptions

Here are some quick and fun myths and facts to read about nutrition... enjoy!

"Bran Mashes are Good for Horses"

Research studies have proven that adding wheat bran to the diet does not have a laxative effect.  Loose stools because of a bran mash could be caused rather from digestive upset because of the high starch.  Wheat bran fed long-term can result in a higher phosphorous to calcium ratio…


Posted on February 4, 2017 at 10:00am

An Easy Way To Understanding Hay Analysis & Quality

Next time you are in the barn take a few minutes to look at your hay.  Are you familiar with the quality of it or guessing it?  What about the nutrient content?  "Forage Is First" rule applies to all horses - their digestive systems work the best when ample forage is supplied.  But not all forages are created equal.  Was it a good year or a stressful year for…


Posted on February 3, 2017 at 7:59pm

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