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Today's News - Monday, January 16, 2017
Before You Sell a Horse Property
Barn and farm improvements small and large can boost your property's appeal to equine real estate buyers.
BLM to Begin Reveille Wild Horse Gather
About 80 horses will be removed from the HMA while approximately 55 horses will be released back to the range.
Researchers Develop Saliva-Based Equine Tapeworm Test
This could encourage the use of targeted deworming programs to help reduce parasite resistance, scientists said.
Screwworm Myiasis: A Re-emerging Concern
Although maggots typically pose little serious threat to hosts, screwworms are a separate and often dire exception.
Researchers Test Joint Supplement's Impact on Old Horses
A resveratrol and hyaluronic acid supplement could have anti-inflammatory effects in aged horses, researchers found.
Late-Term Troubles
Learn about five complications veterinarians might encounter toward the end of a mare's gestation.
Collecting Colostrum
How can you collect colostrum and save it for future use, and how long can you keep it? A veterinarian weighs in.
EIA Confirmed in Illinois
A facility in northeast Illinois is quarantined after two horses that were stabled there returned positive EIA tests.
BHA Names Sykes Director of Equine Health, Welfare
David Sykes, BVSc, MRCVS, will take over the newly created role of director of equine health and welfare in March.
Poor Performance: Is Your Horse Affected?
Pinpointing the root cause of poor performance can be anything but simple. Could a respiratory problem be to blame?
Dealing With Dystocias
A difficult birth can be life-threatening for both mare and foal if not handled promptly and properly. Here's what to remember.
Show Horses Injured in Trailer Accident
Four horses were unhurt, two sustained minor cuts, and one sustained serious injuries.
So, You Want to Breed Your Mare!
Breeding a mare is exciting and not without challenges. Learn about stallion selection, breeding soundness, and more!
Additional EHV Cases Confirmed in Northern Kentucky
Two Oldham County premises are now under quarantine, but the outbreaks appear to be unrelated to each other.
Flooding Displaces California, Nevada Horses
Heavy rains in California and flash floods in Nevada forced the evacuation of multiple horses.
New Vocations Opens Facility in New York
Trainer Leandra Cooper will spearhead the training and adoption operations at October Hill Farm, in Fort Edward.
Horse Hoof Health and Nutrition: Balance is Key
Nutrition affects your horse's hooves, but balance is essential for hoof health.
Equine Coronavirus: An Enteric Virus of Adult Horses
Coronavirus has been associated with emerging outbreaks of enteric disease in adult horses in Japan and anorexia, lethargy, and fever in the United States.
EMS and the Slippery Slope to Laminitis
Here's what scientists think happens in endocrinopathic laminitis cases--specifically those associated with equine metabolic syndrome (EMS)--and why.
USDA Releases First Report From Equine 2015 Study
The study was designed to provide industry members and animal health officials with information on the U.S. equine population.
New EHV Cases Confirmed in Los Angeles County, California
A 12-year-old Quarter Horse mare displaying severe neurologic signs tested positive for non-neuropathogenic (EHV-1).
Accelerating Medical Progress on Equine Lameness
Substantial progress has been made over the last several decades in both lameness diagnosis and treatment. Importantly, the future holds as much promise as ever. Science and technology are continuing to drive advances in clinical disciplines.
Caudal Heel Pain or Navicular: What's the Right Term?
A veterinarian explains terms often used to describe horses with front-limb lameness that might be associated with the navicular bone.
Yes, Your Overweight Horse is at Risk for Laminitis
The good news is that many of the laminitis risk factors researchers identified can be detected early and modified.
The State of the Microchip
More horse organizations are requiring owners to use this identification technology.
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