Using microchip technology as a form of equine identification is quite popular in Europe. However, the widespread use of electronic identification systems for tracking diseased or stolen horses, show horses, or horses in transit has been slow to
There might be ongoing debate as to the value of a woman’s colostrum versus commercial colostrum products, but for a foal, nothing is better than a mare’s milk. Colostrum is specialized milk secreted during the first 24 hours following birth and
Although common knowledge among veterinarians, few horse owners know that the condition of a mare’s placenta following birth is a useful barometer for gauging the health of a newborn foal. If the placenta appears abnormal, the foal could be at
If you live in the South or Southwest, you have certainly heard, or read, about the northward progression of African honeybees, more sensationally known as killer bees.
Elderly Woman Attacked By Killer Bees, The Arizona”P>If you live in the South or Southwest, you have certainly heard, or read, about the
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