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Cobalt is required in very small amounts in the equine diet.
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Absorbine® has partnered with The Right Horse Initiative, a collective dedicated to massively increasing the number of successful horse adoptions in the United States.
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Find out where Lyme disease is most prevalent in the U.S. and Canada from Dr. Eric Swinebroad.
What can I do to help my horse get over his fear of other horses coming toward him or passing him in the arena?
Horses don’t seem to be able to reason about object size the way we do. In other words, it might not occur to horses that their 1,200-pound frames can’t quite hide behind a 5-inch-wide tree trunk.
Stallions and geldings outperformed mares in one-day and three-day events across several levels in the U.K. However, differences were “slight” and performance was equal across sexes at one level.
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Your laminitis survivor's true prognosis depends on how you mange him after the worst is over.
Dr. Eric Swinebroad gives an overview of Lyme disease's potential clinical signs.
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