Researchers at Queen’s University Belfast found that animals exhibit positive moods when they “win” and negative moods when they "lose”.
The western-style design satisfies all ASTM safety standards and SEI regulations while ensuring you look cool while protecting your noggin!
Part 3 of the journey through the horse’s digestive tract looks at why forage and/or forage-based feeds are important.
One Dutch taxidermist has gone the extra mile (or perhaps over the edge) with his startlingly lifelike stuffed former equine.
Grey Bruce Farmers’ Week will feature an information-packed Horse Day with discussions on health, nutrition, training and pasture management.
A roper, a show jumper, an artist, a hat maker and a country performer are the latest of 750 remarkable women to be honoured and celebrated.
The beloved, classic horse story is being “Disneyfied” for a contemporary audience, with an American West setting and a mustang mare.
The next “Fresh Scoop” podcast, available November 17, discusses the equine obesity epidemic, body condition, and weight loss strategies.
A group of researchers have concluded that our modern horse evolved in ancient India from an animal that resembled a sheep.
A veterinarian's viral Facebook post regarding a unique treatment for a gastric mass garnered a bit more attention than he intended.