Taking these steps can help rid your barn of the strangles-causing pathogen.Read More
Haylie Kerstetter, Digital Editor, holds a degree in equine studies with a concentration in communications and a minor in social media marketing. She is a Pennsylvania native and, as a horse owner herself, has a passion for helping owners provide the best care for their horses. When she is not writing or in the barn, she is spending time with her dog, Clementine.
Articles by Haylie Kerstetter
At the 2022 BEVA Congress, Dr. Hilary Clayton described how to create a rehabilitation plan for horses recovering from back pain.Read More
Top of The Rockies alfalfa cubes are being investigated as the potential source of botulism infection in at least 15 horses.Read More
Longeing horses in a controlled way and avoiding overlongeing could be the most effective ways to protect their joints.Read More
Scientists looked at disease prevalence in horses suspected to have tick-borne infections and compared test performance.Read More