Follow these four steps to reduce the damage you inflict on your horse’s new winter blanket.
Equine laminitis isn't just a springtime problem. Here's why you need to remain on guard for laminitis well into the fall. READ MORE
When a horse's treatment plan calls for a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID), a veterinarian will consider many factors in selecting the most appropriate prescription. READ MORE
Take a moment to consider whether your feeding routine still provides the right amount of nutrients and calories for your horse.
Some fruit trees pose a threat to equine health.
Make the most of your trail outing this season by revisiting a few basic training exercises now. READ MORE
The solution to a mare’s recurring post-surgical hernia is a new technique that uses an ancient fiber.
by Jeanne van der Veen, MAS, PAS
Horses are non-ruminant, monogastric herbivores. This means that horses have a simple, one compartment stomach and eat primarily fibrous vegetation or plant material. Fibrous plants,... READ MORE
by Heather Smith Thomas
Trauma to the underside of the hoof is a common cause of lameness. Here’s how you can help your horse stay sound. READ MORE
Do you know the best and worst times to harrow your pastures to break up and scatter manure piles? READ MORE
Learning a few fundamental techniques can help you become a more valuable partner with your veterinarian when your horse is sick or injured. READ MORE
When a horse loses, is it news? When an entire nation feels passion for a horse, is that news? When...
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