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Winter Horse and Barn Care

Cold weather presents special challenges when it comes to managing horses. Learn about keeping your horses healthy and barn safe during the winter months.

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Equine Coronavirus: An Enteric Virus of Adult Horses

Understanding Coronavirus

For years, veterinarians have recognized equine coronavirus (ECoV) as a cause of intestinal disease in foals. Recently, however, gastrointestinal illness associated with ECoV has been seen in adult horses.

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Top Equine Medical Studies of 2017

What Blood Can Tell You

Blood testing can provide important information, but it almost always needs to be interpreted relative to the clinical examination findings, history, and additional testing in order to arrive at an accurate diagnosis of the problem.

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Challenging Foal Case Studies

Drs. Nathan Slovis and Peter Morresey present unique medical and surgical cases involving foals, including heart murmurs, ivermectin overdose, sepsis, foals post dystocia, hernias, fractured ribs, kidney problems, and more.

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Across the Fence

Castration as a Solution?

Just as a combination of factors have lead to the surplus of unwanted horses, only a wide variety of ideas and programs will begin to solve the problem.

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Reward in Ga. Horse Shooting Case Increases to $7,500

An additional anonymous donor has contributed to the reward fund developed to help law enforcement authorities identify and convict whoever is responsible for fatally shooting a Tennessee Walking Horse and wounding a Quarter Horse last month.

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