What impact do structural deviations really have on your horse’s soundness and performance? Here’s what you should know.
A well-planned feeding program helps a foal’s caretakers manage growth rate effectively. Learn about common foal-feeding challenges and solutions, as well as how to develop a well-balanced feeding program for young, growing horses.
Lame horse? Advanced diagnostic and management strategies for navicular syndrome have improved long-term outcomes.
We often think our horses are safe when tucked in the barn … but think again. Here, veterinarians share common causes of equine injuries that lurk in most barns.
Owners and veterinarians involved with two small-scale horse breeding operations share their secrets to success.
Researchers identified three ways to help improve pregnancy and foaling rates: breeding mares multiple times in a season, inseminating close to ovulation, and choosing a stallion with progressively motile sperm.
Researchers developed the new method for horses based on work conducted in humans. The procedure involves two stabilization devices: an intervertebral device to reduce compression and screws with rotating heads and connecting rods to stabilize the vertebrae.
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