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A portion of the book's proceeds will support the equine protozoal myeloencephalitis (EPM) research program run by Dan Howe, PhD, at the University of Kentucky.
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These findings will help scientists design better strategies to combat agriculturally important microbial diseases with fewer repercussions to crop yield.
The post Researchers Find Connection Between Plant Defense and Development appeared first on The Horse.
Cobalt is an essential part of vitamin B12, which plays a role in the amino acid and fatty acid metabolism as well as nervous system function, making it an important part of the equine diet.
Attendees can watch an equine treadmill demonstration, learn about research conducted at the ESC, study equine anatomy, and more.
The post Rutgers Equine Science Center Showcase Scheduled for July 11 appeared first on The Horse.
Streptococcus equi is the causative agent of the equine bacterial disease strangles.
Scientists developed a portable testing system which uses infrared technology that can allow them to evaluate horses in their home stables without human intervention.
An estimated 312 horses, donkeys, and mules reside in the hot zone—the immediate area around the volcano—which rescuers couldn't access until June 9.
Researchers demonstrated for the first time that horses use humans’ facial expressions and vocal tones to perceive emotion.
The post Scientists Study How Horses Perceive Human Emotions appeared first on The Horse.
Amid Congressional strife over immigration issues, the full U.S. House of Representatives approved the Farm Bill, by a narrow margin earlier this week.
The BLM said off-range pastures are a cost-effective and efficient for managing costs while providing the public with opportunities to view wild horses in a natural setting.
The post BLM Seeking New Off-Range Wild Horse, Burro Pasture Bids appeared first on The Horse.
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