Beyond annoying, flies can also transmit a variety of diseases. Here are some simple steps to help reduce the number of insects in your barn.
Anatomical models created by 3-D printing are revolutionizing how veterinary students and graduates will practice precise placement of injections.
Her path has taken Meghan from a kid showing Western on a Quarter Horse, to delivering TB foals in the dead of night, to becoming an insurance professional.
Horses who spend time on pasture ‒ especially if turned out overnight ‒ run the risk of close encounters with wildlife such as skunks and porcupines.
While many low-grade club feet are healthy and functional, higher grade cases may have limitations in terms of their ability to perform and remain sound.
The final segment in a series dedicated to informing horse owners of the benefits and differences between various horse treatments.
Make sure that you and your horse will be welcome at your boarding barn forever with these simple but important guidelines.
While traditional riding schools have been severely impacted during the COVID-19 pandemic, therapeutic riding facilities have been especially hard-hit.
It’s impossible to deny the strong connection between horse and human, and Geo continued to try his heart out when his owner had nothing left to give.
Whether to improve blood and lymph circulation or increase the extensibility of soft tissues, massage can enhance comfort and performance.