While we suspect horse people will not have to be reminded, ivermectin is not a cure for Covid-19 and can cause serious health risks.
The USFDA has once again had to remind people who contract Covid-19 that the popular livestock dewormer ivermectin is not a cure.
A UK study found that the virus can survive only a few minutes on most sporting equipment, and even less time on materials such as leather.
EIS discovers that despite the negative impact the pandemic has had on everyone, there are many positive aspects, especially for horse owners.
University of Guelph students are working with Dr. Katrina Merkies to provide helpful information for horse communities across Canada.
Alberta Equine Partners for the Herd aims to raise $250,000 to ensure the health, welfare and care of Alberta horses to get them through the winter.
A welcome amendment has been made to the Ministry of Health's Summer Day Camp guidance document which will now allow horseback riding.
The iconic sale in its 95th year will move online July 23-30 with SportHorseAuctions.com due to safety concerns surrounding the ongoing pandemic.
Equine Guelph in partnership with Ontario Equestrian has developed a unique learning community open only to applicants of the For the Herd funding program.
Researchers ease fears as the hot, humid months are upon us, assuring that the novel coronavirus cannot be transmitted by the pesky bugs.
In order to better understand the impact of the pandemic and to potentially help owners and horse welfare, you are invited to complete a short survey.
Equestrian Canada would like equine business owners to participate in a survey regarding the immediate and long-term effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.