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Today's News - Monday, April 24, 2017
The Future of Parasite Control?
Anthelmintic resistance to at least one drug class could be present in every equine operation across the world. With only three classes to choose from, we are running out of treatment options.
UHVRC Distributes More Than 3,200 Vaccines to Horses in Need
The UHVRC has delivered more than 25,000 doses of core vaccines to protect horses in need since its inception in 2009.
Limb Sensors for Equine Diagnostics, Performance Evaluations
Researchers believe inertial measurement units can provide greater accuracy in veterinary diagnoses and performance evaluations.
Equine Supplements
Download our free guide for a basic overview of equine supplements and tips for selecting the right ones for your horses.
Does a Senior Horse Have Special Vaccination Needs?
Dr. Kevin Hankins explains why senior horses are in a category of their own for vaccinations and care.
Parasite Control Recommendations for Boarded Horses
Vets recommend a whole-facility-focused approach to parasite control, but what do you do when you don't manage the farm?
Horses Left in Wyoming Forest Last Autumn Rescued
Park County authorities are investigating circumstances surrounding three horses left near Haymaker Ridge six months ago.
Getting Ready for Rolex: By the Numbers
How many trot sets and calories does a horse require to get Rolex-ready? Join "Forty" as he preps for the grueling test.
Horse Castrated, Dies in Texas
Texas law enforcement authorities are seeking whoever castrated a stallion before leaving him to die in a Fannin County pasture.
ARCI Welfare, Integrity Conference Continues
Wednesday's discussion topics included maintaining integrity and crop use during races, among others.
Troubleshooting Trailer Loading: One Step at a Time
Consider these four behavior-science-based approaches to help your horse load safely.
What's Behind Shipping Horses Overseas for Competition?
Take an inside look at the rules and regulations regarding importing horses to the United States solely for competition.
Enter The Horse's "Don't Spook!" Contest!
Is your horse an expert spooker? Enter The Horse's contest for a chance to win!
Parasite Control: An Update
In the past, researchers developed new classes of antiparasitic compounds approximately every 10 years. But what works today?
ARCI Panel Discusses How to Stop Cheating in Horse Racing
A panel believes keys include additional out-of-competition testing, investigators, and research.
Merck/AAEP Foundation Scholarship Applications Due April 24
Second- and third-year veterinary students dedicated to a career in equine medicine can apply for one of five $5,000 scholarships.
Seasonal Manure Changes
A veterinarians answers a reader's question on why some horses have seasonal runny manure.
Ohio Man Charged With Animal Cruelty
An Ohio man is facing charges after his horse was discovered missing a leg.
How to Manage Persistent Post-Mating-Induced Endometritis
Persistent uterine lining inflammation in horses can lead to lower pregnancy rates and increased early embryonic losses.
Poll Recap: Equine Weight Management Challenges
Of the 576 respondents, 277 (48%) said their horses are easy keepers and gain weight easily.
Equine Internal Parasites
Take an up-close look at common internal parasites and the damage they can do to your horse. Also learn about parasite resistance and the drugs and management methods that can help control certain worms.
All About Alfalfa
Find out more about this leafy green legume and whether or not it's a good choice for your horse.
Louisiana Teens Charged With Horse Theft
Five teenagers are facing charges after allegedly stealing horses and tack from a Louisiana stockyard.
Top Teams Entered for 2017 Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event
Defending champion Michael Jung of Germany is seeking his third consecutive title aboard FischerRocana FST.
Study: Most Horses Go Back to Work After Colic Surgery
A long-term study showed that 92.5% of horses discharged returned to work. Of those, 78.5% performed at least to their former level.
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