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When cases are selected appropriately, the complication rate is very low and the prognosis for a full return to work is very good, one veterinarian says.
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The second horse developed a fever and respiratory signs of disease, but has not yet exhibited any neurologic deficits.
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Find out what hoof problems you can safely manage yourself and when to call in your farrier and/or veterinarian.
The post Trouble’s Afoot: Signs Your Horse Has a Hoof Problem Brewing appeared first on The Horse.
The Eastern tent caterpillar eggs will begin hatching soon after spending about nine months as eggs in masses on twigs of wild cherry and related trees.
The post Eastern Tent Caterpillar Eggs Hatching Soon in Central Kentucky appeared first on The Horse.
The ability to select Quarter Horse breeding stock for behavior traits might improve equine welfare and human safety, researchers said.
The post Scientists Test Quarter Horse Personality Scoring System appeared first on The Horse.
The club's owners admitted to municipal violations, agreed to pay $12,150, and will make a $10,000 donation to an area horse rescue.
The post Miami Beach Lounge Where Horse Made Appearance to Reopen appeared first on The Horse.
The alliance was formed to establish standards and practices to promote safety and integrity in horse racing.
The post NTRA Safety and Integrity Alliance Reaccredits Turfway Park appeared first on The Horse.
Draft horses, horses from the Midwest, and those used for farming and ranching or breeding are most at-risk of contracting coronavirus, researchers found.
The post Researchers Narrow Down Equine Coronavirus Risk Factors appeared first on The Horse.
Drs. Vern Dryden and Amanda Adams offer advice for managing EMS horses and selecting supplements.
A ration balancer might offer the best balance of nutrients and protein for your horse during stall rest.
The post Feeding the Laid-Up Horse: How Much Protein is Too Much? appeared first on The Horse.
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