Tying up or Monday morning disease has been affecting horses as early as 1840, it is one of the most talked about symptoms of PSSM but what exactly is Tying up?
Today in your PSSM stories we hear from one of our founders and admins Christine, and her PSSM story with her APHA Gelding “Tex”.
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?
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?
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?
PSSM2 is an umbrella term used for a group of muscle diseases, 2 of these muscle diseases include something known as MFM (Myofibrillar myopathy) & RER (Recurrent Exertional Rhabdomyolysis).
PSSM1 also known as EPSM or EPSSM stands for Polysaccharide Storage Myopathy- type 1; it is a hereditary Glycogen storage condition.