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.
The Tl’etinqox First Nation in BC have received funding to buy land and build an equine facility to help inhabitants recover from trauma and disorders.
In a country plagued with an above-average death rate due to no pandemic lockdown, these brave knights are encouraging tourists to social distance.
Equine Guelph and the Canadian Academy of Veterinary Nutrition welcome vet teams, equine and pet enthusiasts to join this virtual one-day symposium.
Hoof problems lie at the heart of many soundness issues in horses; this innovative polyurethane resin method can provide a solution.
Researchers at U of Guelph’s OVC are working to preserve cartilage chips for long-term storage, eliminating the need to harvest stem cells from the patient.
The mystery surrounding the history of this heartbreaking genetic disease in horses is a bit closer to being solved, thanks to German researchers.
New technique crucial to the survival of endangered breeds is used successfully for the first time in the world to produce a female Suffolk Punch foal.
A French company called Value Feet has developed a digital hoof scanner to help hoof care specialists to fine-tune the shoeing process.
African horse sickness is on the Texas A&M radar in the US; the disease is spread by biting midges, a.k.a. “no-see-ums” or “moose flies” in Canada.
Important topics include COVID-19 updates and protecting yourself, lameness prevention, and the detrimental effects of tight nosebands and tongue ties.
Researchers ease fears as the hot, humid months are upon us, assuring that the novel coronavirus cannot be transmitted by the pesky bugs.
Researchers at four universities report they have made a breakthrough in understanding of squamous cell carcinoma, a common equine penile cancer.
For horse and facility owners, trainers, racetrack personnel – anyone who is interested in best practices to prevent fires in their barns.