If you are involved in any type of athletics, you’re likely aware of how the types of foods you eat can affect your performance.
Any horse can succumb to health issues if it is not properly cared for during winter.
Horses originally evolved to graze all day on wide-open plains, but as horse care modernized and cities spread out into the country, they had to adapt to smaller spaces and larger meals fed only a couple times a day.
As we’ve gained more knowledge on how equine parasites and antiparasitic drugs work, it has become clear that just because something is the standard doesn’t mean it’s the best way to continue.
Foals get their first immunity from their mother. But, by the time they are 4-6 months old, it's time for their vaccinations.
The nation’s equine veterinarians and veterinary students will head to Texas this year.
The Foundation for the Horse is accepting applications for the Coyote Rock Ranch Scholarships.
The foal’s gut undergoes many changes as it develops rapidly. More and more, experts are learning how the colonization of a gut correlates to good health. Exploring the differences in foal microbiomes and how those differences may tie in with overall health has doctoral candidate, Jennifer MacNicol, very excited about the potential advancements the research […]
The summer heat can be hard on horses, especially when they are on the road. We spoke with experts for ways owners can help horses cope.
The American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) recently published guidelines for the identification and treatment of a disease that can cause abortion and stillbirth in mares.