A Pennsylvania couple combined their computer, data warehousing, communications and electrical engineering skills to create Farm Jenny.
These bright flowers which pop up in the pasture look innocuous, but can cause blistering of the skin, mouth and digestive system.
A study of hospitalized horses and water consumption shattered common myths about peppermint and apple-flavoured water.
Eastern tent caterpillars are found all over North America and besides damaging trees can also cause abortion in mares if ingested.
Fecal transplantation isn’t new, but now thanks to genetic sequencing scientists are able to see what’s actually happening in the microbiome.
We've all been there ‒ you need to get a pill into your horse and he takes one sniff and says 'nuh-uh." Here are some tips and tricks.
This contagious bacterial skin condition is especially prevalent during wet weather episodes in the spring, but can be easily avoided.
You have likely heard of the term epidemic, and certainly pandemic considering we are in the middle of one. But what does endemic mean?
Aromatherapy has long been touted as being good for calming and healing humans - but did you know that it can help horses, too?
An owner's pure perseverance solves a frustrating mystery and returns a promising young horse to respiratory health.
Equine Guelph explains what you need to know about winter water and colic prevention; assess your risk with the Colic Risk Rater tool.
How a horse is housed affects its chances of becoming a cribber or weaver ‒ something that most horse owners already know.
A devastating horse pandemic originally called the 'Canadian horse disease' brought industry and the economy to a grinding halt.
What type of blanket you choose for your horse - if it needs one at all - can determine your horse's cold-weather health and welfare.
Horses find a wide variety of fruits and vegetables quite yummy - but not all of them should be included in their diet, even occasionally.