Take Precautions against Equine Heat Stress
Summer means hot, humid weather in many parts of the country, including Louisiana. And horse owners in those areas need to take steps to ensure their horses stay cool and comfortable, says Louisiana State University AgCenter equine specialist Neely Walker, MS, PhD.

Just like humans, horses cool off by sweating. So, in hot and humid weather, they must consume more water. Owners should ensure horses have access

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