The No. 1 non-infectious respiratory disease is equine asthma syndrome, which can present as mild-moderate or severe. If your horse develops either type, it’s going to affect the way it performs.
Cornell's Equine Seminar Series presents, "Stable Vices: Theirs or Ours? Abnormal Behavior in Horses." The seminar will take place on Tuesday, Sept. 19 over Zoom and is free to the public.
Owning unique perspective from a diverse career in private practice, academia and industry, Dr. Reuss spent six years on faculty at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine as a clinical assistant professor and chief of the large animal medicine service
Merck is voluntarily recalling three batches of BANAMINE®/BANAMINE®-S (flunixin meglumine injection) 50 mg/mL in the United States, used for injection in cattle, swine and horses to the consumer level due to the presence of particulate matter.
The joint is one of the most discussed parts of the equine anatomy. Efforts to keep joints healthy, sound and functioning are at the forefront of the care and management of every horse.
Gut health is increasingly synonymous with horse health. Proper gut health takes into account nutrient digestion and absorption, intestinal integrity, immune response and more. Keeping your horse’s gut health top […]
This article was first published in the July 1, 2019 issue of Quarter Horse News courtesy of North Texas Farm & Ranch. Starting with proper nutrition from the beginning will […]
A new study from the Equine Respiratory Biosurveillance Program shows that the Quarter Horse is the breed most commonly infected with equine influenza virus (EIV).1
For horses and people alike, the commonality we share that we can all identify with is back pain. Young or old, athlete or couch potato, back pain is the common denominator we all share.
Feeding treats to your horse can help with training, often used as a reward for good behavior, and the act of feeding them is often enjoyable for you as well. Vitalize and Eggersmann, Germany’s leading horse feed manufacturer, are proud to bring you Vitalize® Horse Treats – a low-sugar, prebiotic snack with “a good gut feeling” in every bite.