When your horse develops an obstruction in his esophagus, doing the wrong thing can turn a relatively minor event into a potentially life-threatening problem.
Diagnosis and treatment of injuries in this complex joint of the horse have never been easier, thanks to advances in research and technology.
Consider how our equine partners regulate body temperature and keep cool.
Horses lose large amounts of the essential mineral in their sweat and if it’s not replenished, an electrolyte imbalance may develop.
Researchers find that horses benefit from turnout time even during poor weather.
You can’t force a horse to drink, there are a few things you can do to encourage water intake.
Keep your horse hydrated this winter to prevent digestive problems.
When buying a portable immersion heater for troughs or buckets, there are several features to consider.
Your horse has vanished and someone else is responsible. But if the police deem the case a civil matter, recovering your horse will be much more difficult, if not impossible. Don’t let this happen to you.
The danger posed by wilted or dried red maple leaves has long been known but evidence is growing that, under the right circumstances, other types of maple leaves can poison horses as well.
Each day brings another opportunity to help your horse grow better feet. Here’s a simple hoof-building strategy you can easily incorporate into your daily routine.
Here are 7 time-tested methods that will help you bring out your horse’s beauty quickly and easily.
New research suggests equine influenza virus is zoonotic
Keep your horse comfortable during the colder months
Nearly every horse owner has been told that a horse with a painful gut needs to be walked. But is that even true?
Although the popularity of this fibrous feedstuff continues to grow, misconceptions about it remain.
Small but significant changes can make confinement for horses in stalls healthier and more comfortable.
Reliability and longevity are the key considerations.
If you know you won’t be riding your horse for several weeks, give some thought to his feeding program---you may need to make some changes.
Take stock of your hay supply now to ensure it will last until pastures begin to grow.