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Today's News - Saturday, November 18, 2017
Freezing Equine Embryos is Getting More Practical
Study results revealed promising pregnancy rates with embryos that weren't frozen in a laboratory, but in a breeding barn.
From the Ground Up
Safe and smart groundwork can help build the foundation for a confident, well-behaved horse.
Considering a Horse's Quality of Life
An owner describes how she made the difficult decision to euthanize her "heart horse" based on his quality of life.
Technology Connecting Veterinarians, Clients
Telemedicine is growing in popularity among veterinarians and clients, but it doesn't come without risks.
UHC Publishes Estate Planning Guide
The guide compares trusts and wills, the different trust types, as well as other considerations to keep in mind such as registration papers and medical records for the horse, equipment, land, and your equine business.
Researchers Connect the Dots on Spotted Coat Color Genetics
Base coat color and horse sex appear to play significant roles in spotting patterns, researchers learned.
Putting the Tractor Before the Horse
Must-know info when buying a tractor for your horse property.
Swayback in a Young Horse
A young horse's swayback is getting worse as he ages. A veterinarian shares insight on why this might be.
USEF Adds Autofill to Online MPA Disclosure Form
Equestrians must report MPA (or Depo-Provera) administration within 90 days before a USEF-licensed competition.
Selenium and Cribbing: Is There a Relationship?
Researchers found that the cribbers in their study were deficient in selenium.
Study Confirms Common Shoeing Interval Benefits Horses
The traditional four- to six-week interval aligns perfectly with what's going on physiologically in the horse's hoof.
Reward Offered in Florida Horse Shooting
A Florida woman hopes the offer of a $2,000 cash reward will help police locate whoever shot and killed her horse in a pasture near Jacksonville.
Poll Recap: Does the Time Change Affect Your Horse Schedule?
Of the 702 respondents, 293 (42%) said they ride less when the clocks fall back to standard time because it's dark when they get home in the evening.
Asiatic Wild Ass Returns to Kazakhstan's Central Steppes
For the first time in more than a century, kulan (or Asiatic wild ass) are residing on the central steppes of Kazakhstan.
WinStar, Grayson-Jockey Club Partner for Giving Tuesday
WinStar will be the official sponsor of The WinStar-Grayson #GivingTuesday Challenge, to be held on Tuesday, Nov. 28.
Is My Horse Neurologic or Lame?
Gait-altering conditions such as EPM, wobbler syndrome, and Lyme disease can be tricky to spot and even more difficult to diagnose.
Infographic: SAA: Infection Detection in Horses
Learn about serum amyloid A and how veterinarians can use it for early identification of inflammation in horses.
Benefits of Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy in Horses
Learn the newest information about shock wave therapy for helping horses heal.
Fat Options to Help Your Horse Hold Weight During the Winter
Oil? Rice bran or flax seeds? Fat-fortified feed? Learn how to pick the best option for horses that are hard-keepers.
Pasture Management 101: High-Traffic Areas and Overgrowth
Appropriately managing high-traffic areas and pasture overgrowth can help improve your horse's habitat and health.
CCTV to be Added to All English Slaughterhouses in 2018
The goal is to ensure welfare standards for animals--including horses, ponies, and other equids--are met and enforced.
Weiss Named Vice-President of ASPCA Equine Welfare Program
Emily Weiss, PhD, Cert. AAB, will oversee the strategic direction of the equine welfare program.
Vaccines for all Ages
Horses at different life stages have a variety of immunization requirements, but they're not as complicated as they might seem.
Clean Up Combustibles in Horse Barns Before Winter
Combustibles are unavoidable on a horse farm, but how you manage them can considerably reduce the risk of a barn fire.
Blood Test Misses Mark for Diagnosing Equine Gastric Ulcers
Still, the researchers say they hope continued research on the topic will make equine gastric ulcers easier to diagnose.
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