Vaccination is important but it does not make horses invincible to infectious disease, which is where management methods and hygiene come in.
Found 19 Results from Jackie Bellamy-Zions, Equine Guelph
Record crowds flocked to the new Ancaster venue and there was a lot of interest in auction items including artwork and Guy McLean's bullwhip.
Sickness Prevention in Horses course March 20-31 will be free to teenagers 14-17 to learn good habits to keep horses from getting sick.
In February, two online short courses will be offered by Equine Guelph on TheHorsePortal addressing colic and ulcer prevention.
An OVC study into the development and differences in foal microbiomes could advance treatment of critical cases of diarrhea.
Approximately 17% of equine pregnancies fail, most within the first 6 weeks, and continued investigations will help the horse breeder.
A Large Animal Emergency Rescue workshop was held March 30 at the Ancaster Fairgrounds, complete with Rusti the horse mannequin.
WSPS and Equine Guelph have developed safety programs for youth through interactive EquiMania! activities and TheHorsePortal.ca courses.
Dr. Thomas Koch and his team at the OVC are taking the next step in regenerative therapies and hopefully even better outcomes.
Despite a 95% success rate of FMT in humans, the equine gut requires a different approach to introduce normal microflora into the intestine.
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