The Foundation is supporting research teams at 13 universities, including the University of Calgary, to further gut, eye, heart and travel health.
Recent horse behaviour studies show a growing interest in understanding our impact on the physiological and behavioural states of our equine partners.
A progressive series of research studies were undertaken, designed to identify and assess behaviours that could be indicators of pain and lameness.
MAF is looking for pilot studies focused on equine behaviour relating to health and welfare involving domesticated or wild horses.
Researchers at four universities report they have made a breakthrough in understanding of squamous cell carcinoma, a common equine penile cancer.
Researchers at Tarleton State University’s Equine Center are looking into whether using CBD to treat horses with arthritis or anxiety actually works.