Today's News - Tuesday, May 31, 2016
The National Institute of Food and Agriculture has funded nearly 300 active equine projects through the 2015-16 fiscal year.
University of Kentucky's Dr. Barry Ball defines the high-risk pregnancy and its causes and offers management options. Learn about fescue toxicosis, umbilical torsion, premature placental separation, and more in this information-packed lecture.
Of the 362 respondents, 137 (38%) said they own or keep other types of livestock in addition to horses.
Dr. Amy Johnson of Penn Vet's New Bolton Center offers advice on what to do (and not to do) if you suspect your horse has contracted Lyme disease.
Improving working equids' health and welfare could help them work longer and better to the benefit of their owners.
A number of congenital or developmental problems can impair a foal's vision. Here's what to watch for.
Discover the differences between these two trendy omega-3-packed seeds that can be used to supplement equine diets.
Arizona's first equine rabies case in seven years highlighted the need for education about the disease.
Find out how feeding recommendations and diets for performance horses have changed over the years.
The Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance and Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation work to improve racehorse aftercare.
Elzinga hopes to gain a better understanding of mechanisms that could predispose a horse to developing laminitis.
Researchers found that glucose and insulin test results should be interpreted differently for donkeys than they are for horses.
"Dr. Teddy" helped students learn about equine health at more than two dozen appointments and a lengthy stay at the schoolâ€™s teaching hospital over the past year.
The Bluegrass Equine Digest and other publications and campaigns garnered top awards.
Some types of fescue infected with common endophyte strains could become more toxic when temperatures increase.
Since its establishment in 2008, the Winnerâ€™s Circle Scholarship Program has provided $1,102,500 in scholarships to 280 veterinary students
Researchers in the club's Racing Laboratory are studying biomarkers for use in drug testing.
Kristen Halverson chose to donate after Dan Howe, PhD, offered advice and answered her questions about EPM.
This common problem can cause sudden, severe lameness but often resolves quickly with the proper treatment.
Dr. Nancy Diehl shares how you can earn your horse's respect through consistent training with both positive and negative reinforcement.
Are you getting your first horse or first horse in a long time? Our experts will help you navigate equine ownership.
From feeding to vaccines and colic to lameness, here are some basic resources to get the new horse owner started.
Dr. David Levine, a board certified surgeon and professor at University of Pennsylvania's New Bolton Center, shares common complications that can occur when castrating a horse.
All the horses remaining on the premises have tested negative for the virus.
Five men have been sentenced to probation in connection with the maltreatment of horses residing at the Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds.