PSSM1 and PSSM2 are both hereditary muscle diseases we know that only one parent has to have a copy of a mutated gene to pass it on, but how exactly do you test for PSSM?
When a horse is tested for PSSM2 they can come back Heterozygous (n/p8) or Homozygous (P8/P8) but what exactly is P8?
Magnesium is vital for life but what exactly is it? And why can it aid in feeding PSSM, MFM, & RER horses? What Is Magnesium? Magnesium is a shiny Grey crystal like solid that is the 9th most abundant element in the universe. Magnesium is a chemical element known in the periodic table as the …
When it comes to PSSM & MFM lethargy can be one of the main symptoms but what does lethargy cover and why are these horses lethargic?
One thing we all know as owners of PSSM, MFM, & RER horses is that certain emotions can trigger or even bring on symptoms; but why exactly is this?
Today in your PSSM stories we hear from one of our admins Rebecca, and her PSSM story with her Cob x Hackney Mare Ditsy.
Vitamin E is essential for PSSM horses but what exactly is it? And why does it play such a vital role in feeding PSSM horses?
When a horse is tested for PSSM2 they can come back heterozygous (N/P4) or homozygous (P4/P4) but what exactly is P4?
When a horse is tested for PSSM2 they can come back heterozygous (N/P3) or homozygous (P3/P3) but what exactly is P3?
When a horse is tested for PSSM2 they can come back Heterozygous (N/P2) or Homozygous (P2/P2) but what exactly is P2?