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Jerusalem artichoke meal showed promise in getting sugars out of healthy horses’ systems quicker than normal, but it hasn't yet been tested in IR horses.
The post Scientists Study Supplement That Could Help IR Horses appeared first on The Horse.
Post-foaling colic is a significant threat for mares. Dr. Anthony Blikslager describes what to look for and how to respond if your mare colics following foaling.
Many other conditions besides colic can cause coliclike signs. And as with colic, delayed treatment or misdiagnosis can have serious consequences. Here's what you need to know.
A barrel racing horse developed rapidly progressive signs of EHM (the neuorlogic form of EHV-1) on April 19 and was euthanized the same day.
The post EHM Confirmed in Bowman County, North Dakota, Horse appeared first on The Horse.
Take an inside look at the rules and regulations regarding importing horses to the United States solely for competition.
Learn about feed allergies in horses—including allergy testing—and what you can do to make sure your allergic horse gets the nutrition he needs.
The post Tips for Feeding Horses With Wheat and Corn Allergies appeared first on The Horse.
Dr. Anthony Blikslager reviews what to look for if you think your horse is colicking.
The index case--a 17-year-old Thoroughbred gelding diagnosed with EHM, the neurologic form of EHV-1--remains quarantined and isolated offsite and continues to show clinical improvements.
The post Two More Orange County Horses Test Positive for EHV-1 appeared first on The Horse.
Each horse has his own individual needs when it comes to parasite control. But when you're responsible for deworming a number of horses on one property, how do you meet each one's needs?
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