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New evidence suggesting that horses produce more snorts in favorable situations could improve animal welfare practices, researchers say.
BUCKEYE™ Nutrition presented its world-leading collaborative research on the care of senior horses at the Australasian Equine Science Society Symposium in June.
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Sarah Rabinowitz is facing more than 60 charges for allegedly maltreating horses, donkeys, and other animals in her care.
Dr. Doug Herthel's achievements included developing innovative techniques in equine orthopedic and colic surgery and anesthesia recovery and creating a humane ambulance system for injured horses, among others.
The hearing will take place July 20 from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the BLM Little Snake Field Office, in Craig, Colorado.
The post BLM Colorado Hosting Hearing on Vehicle Use in Horse Gathers appeared first on The Horse.
Thoroughbred Charities of America (TCA) and its Horses First Fund provided nearly $762,580 to Thoroughbred-industry-related nonprofits and natural disaster relief efforts.
The post Thoroughbred Charities of America Awards 2018 Grants appeared first on The Horse.
Learn about the American Association of Equine Practitioners' recommended core and risk-based horse vaccines in this handy special report. Sponsored by BotVax B.
Are breathing issues slowing your horse down? Here are some surgical and management options that might help.
The post Getting a Second Wind: Helping Equine Athletes Breathe appeared first on The Horse.
Recognizing variations in strongyle populations across the country can help veterinarians refine parasite control recommendations depending on region, pasture access, horse age, and more.
The post Study: Most U.S. Horses Low, Moderate Strongyle Egg Shedders appeared first on The Horse.
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