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Feed-Time Aggression Fix Q & A

Question: Help! What do I do, my horses are crowding me when I go into their pen to feed them and it’s just scary to have them so close and on top of me. Plus,
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Mind Your Manners

Your actions may encourage your horse’s food aggressive behavior. http://americashorsedaily.com/mind-your-manners/#.VGaJd010xet  
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Horse Tip Daily #1 – Julie Goodnight On Eating Aggression

Horse Tip Daily #1 – Julie Goodnight on Eating Aggression http://horsetipdaily.horseradionetwork.com/horse-tip-daily-1-julie-goodnight-on-eating-aggression/  
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Grieving The Loss

A grieving horse may constantly look for his missing friend—checking out the empty stall and waiting for a return that won’t come. When horses realize another won’t return, dynamics within the herd can quickly change.
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Settling In

It can take weeks for new horses to settle into an established herd—be prepared to see aggressive behavior during the initial introduction. Adding a male to a female brood can extend the time and add
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Attacks In Round Pen

Dear Julie, My friend’s paint gelding has started a very unsavory habit. When asked to move out in a round pen at liberty he will do it for a moment, then pins his ears and
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Safety Concerns: Introducing To New Herd, New Feed

Question Category: Safety Concerns Question: Hi Julie, I am going to be moving my quarter horse mare (4 yr old) from a stall barn to a 3 acre pasture with 2 other mares who are
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Are Mules More Difficult Than Horses?

Question: Dear Julie, I was at the Ohio Equine Affaire and was able to sit in on one of your talks. It was the one on ‘herd dynamics.’ Very, very useful information! I have a
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Issues From The Saddle: Must Be In Front On Trail

Question Category: Issues from the Saddle Question: Dear Ms. Goodnight, I have a 15-year-old quarter horse, MAX, who decided he does not want to be the second horse out on the trail. I ride alone
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Issues From The Ground: Horse Turns And Faces When I Ask Him To Longe

Question Category: Issues from the Ground Question: Hi Julie – First, thank you for all of the helpful advice on your Web site. I also have a library of your DVDs about Lead Line Leadership
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