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Today's News - Thursday, June 22, 2017
Clinical Signs of Internal Parasites in Horses
Dr. Martin Nielsen gives a basic overview of health issues that could indicate your horse has "worms."
Colic: To Refer or Not to Refer
Does your colicking horse need to go to a clinic? Here's how veterinarians determine the need for referral.
Research Reveals Way to Improve Legume Nitrogen Production
Through a symbiotic relationship with soil-borne bacteria, legumes can fulfill their own nitrogen needs and produce and leave enough in the soil for other plants to use.
Venograms and Laminitis
What is a venogram, and how is it used to help diagnose laminitis?
Keeping Your Equine Athlete at the Top of His Game
Our sources share nine ways to help your sport horse perform at his best.
Deworming a Horse With an Unknown Health History
Get parasite control advice for horses that haven't been dewormed recently from Dr. Kenton Morgan.
Mending Equine Tendons and Ligaments
Researchers are exploring improved ways to heal these notoriously complicated soft tissue structures.
Poll Recap: Training Across Riding Disciplines
Of the 305 respondents, 166 (54%) said they've cross-trained their horses by taking lessons outside their primary riding disciplines.
Agencies Conducting Aerial Survey of Wild Burros in Arizona
The survey is part of ongoing research studies to collect information to guide future management of wild burros in Arizona.
Collected, Medium, and Extended Trot Biomechanics Studied
Researchers hoped to better understand the effect of collected and lengthened paces and differences between young and mature dressage horses.
Anhidrosis in Horses
Our equine nutritionist and physiology expert offers advice on managing horses that have stopped sweating.
The Horse Media Group Receives 2017 Equine Media Awards
The Horse Media Group received four awards, including two first place honors.
Iuliano and Williams Elected to AHC Board of Trustees
Russell Williams is the USTA president and Matt Iuliano is The Jockey Club's executive vice president and executive director.
BLM To Hold Hearing on Vehicle Use in Wild Horse Management
The public hearing is scheduled for June 27 in Ely, Nevada.
Manure Management and Internal Parasite Control for Horses
Dr. Martin Nielsen explains why composting and good manure management are imperative to internal parasite control.
Feeding to Prevent Colic
Because the horse's digestive system is not likely to become any less complex or prone to upset, it's imperative owners feed horses as nature intended and focus on providing good-quality forages rather than high amounts of concentrates.
Senator Mike Enzi Receives AHC's Rolapp Award
The AHC presents the Rolapp Award annually to a Congress member who has been a great supporter of the horse industry.
The Double-Duty Stallion
Is your stallion expected to perform in both the breeding shed and the arena? Here's what you need to know.
Students Committed to Equine Medicine Receive Scholarships
A total of 33 vet students preparing for equine medicine careers have received a combined $102,000 in financial support.
Jill Montgomery Receives 2017 Van Ness Award
The AHC's Van Ness Award recognizes an individual who has shown leadership and service to the horse community in his or her state.
Exploring Equine Seasonal Allergies
Allergies are common in horses. Here's a look at how veterinarians and owners can identify the causes.
When Should Foals Be Dewormed?
Foals are at the greatest risk for internal parasites. Dr. Kenton Morgan offers advice for protecting them.
Horses4Heroes Founder Receives Equine Industry Vision Award
Since 2006 Sydney Knott has has introduced more than 20,000 men, women, and children to horses and horseback riding.
Heat Advisory for Horses
Veterinarians from UC Davis offer 10 important tips to prevent heat-related problems in horses:
How Old is Too Old for Colic Surgery?
Veterinarians at the New Bolton Center have made some surprising discoveries concerning older horses and colic surgery. Survival rates for older horses undergoing surgery did not differ significantly from younger horses in a recent study.
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