Equid engineering is responsible for providing vital water sources to wildlife including birds, black bears and badgers.
The cases were reported at boarding facilities in the Municipality of Kawartha Lakes and Wellington County on March 25 and 26.
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service specialists offer horse owners/breeders extra guidance in the foaling process on March 23.
Now streaming and downloadable, experts discuss what is known about this bacterial disease of horses that causes diarrhea and even death.
Two cases of the abortion strain of equine herpesvirus (EHV-1) were reported March 9th in Thoroughbred mares.
One horse owner in Massachusetts has figured out how to get her finicky horse to take her medicine ‒ jelly doughnuts!
With over $17,000 raised to date, the money will go towards veterinary care and biosecurity efforts at Vanbrook Farm in Acton.
OMAFRA officials received notification that two horses at a Halton facility tested positive for the neurologic form of equine herpesvirus-1.
Equine infectious anemia has been confirmed in a number of horses from an equine rescue in Lac Ste. Anne County northwest of Edmonton.
An OVC researcher contributed to a global paper with the goal of early identification which might allow the disease to be reversed.
A young Quarter Horse in the southern interior of British Columbia has been confirmed with pigeon fever; three others suspected.
Cornell University's Equine Seminar Series presents equine experts speaking on important equine health and management topics.
Part 3 of the journey through the horse’s digestive tract looks at why forage and/or forage-based feeds are important.
The next “Fresh Scoop” podcast, available November 17, discusses the equine obesity epidemic, body condition, and weight loss strategies.
A veterinarian's viral Facebook post regarding a unique treatment for a gastric mass garnered a bit more attention than he intended.