There are many things in this world we do not know about that will not necessarily hurt us. There are some things, though, that we live with every day truly having no knowledge of that can, and will hurt us, regardless of our ignorance.
If the heat is getting to you, chances are it's a lot harder on your horse. Knowing what to look for will help keep your horses safe during times like these.
Dr. Justin High of Reata Equine Hospital in Weatherford, Texas, and Michael Eggleston, Key Account Manager at Kemin Equine, discuss the importance of equine prebiotics and probiotics for gut health.
Last year was bizarre, but Justin High, DVM, and staff have found 2021 to be something else -- busy!
For so many people, having a mare pregnancy checked via ultrasound is a black box that few truly understand.
Foaling mares out is like asking someone out on a first date – expect the best, but plan for the worst.
Taking good care of horses means being able to recognize when they're in pain, and understand how much pain they're feeling. Given they can't talk, that can be a difficult thing to do.
The thought of 2021 has been on the collective minds of us all for many months now and we are finally here. I cannot think of a more anticipated “do-over” since I was a kid playing wiffle ball, but now we are adults – with horses.
As the weather heats up and the land dries out from whatever spring rain you did or did not get, be careful to stop and listen when you go visit the broodmare pasture.
A month ago, I could not have imagined the topic of this article. My inclination is to write about equine diseases that affect people in the horse industry, not the other way around. But, here we find ourselves dealing with a human health crisis that has had a profound effect within the horse industry. It […]