Common Problems Edition 1
By Dr John Kohnke
"The best book I have come across - it should be mandatory reading for every horse enthusiast"
Talking Horses Common Problems Edition 1, is based on the reviews and articles from the popular Talking Horses newsletters. The information has been extensively edited and updated with the very latest information included to produce a handy reference book on common problems in horses. The information in this book applies to all types of horses, from horses at pasture to breeding horses, pony club mounts, show horses, elite equestrian performance horses and racing horses.
The book includes graphs, diagrams and tables for handy reference to many important and common health issues which affect horses. The extensive handy hints that are printed throughout the 96 pages of the book provide quick, plain-English solutions to many questions that are commonly asked by horse owners.
The author, John Kohnke is a veterinarian with a particular interest in horses for over 33 years. John has a special empathy with horses and has dedicated his working life to their care and welfare. He is arguably the best known author and advisor on the practical feeding of horses in Australia and he has written over 2500 articles on the feeding and health care of all types of horses.
Talking Horses Common Problems Edition 1 is available from saddleries and produce stores. Please contact John Kohnke Products for details of your nearest stockist.
"I have finally grabbed a bit of time to have a good look through your Talking Horses book, and WOW, I am impressed. It is such a great resource for horse people (including myself). I was reading it almost with a sense of relief that you had written the book as it will just be SO useful!
Unlike a lot of books that give good theoretical knowledge but very little practical advice, this book is packed with practical and easy to apply problem solving ideas. It can be read from cover to cover or refered to quickly when there's a specific problem that needs to be solved. It will be an invaluable resource for all horse owners, regardless of the equine discipline they are involved in."
Dr Nerida Richards