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Problem Solver Series: How to Control Nuisance Birds on Horse Properties
by Nettie Liburt, MS, PhD, PAS | Aug 9, 2019
Tips include ensuring constant forage access, providing pasture turnout, and limiting concentrate intake, among others.
by Erica Larson | Feb 28, 2019
The transition from baby to permanent teeth often goes smoothly, but issues can arise along the way.
by Erica Larson | Feb 19, 2019
Your horse’s teeth play a key role in keeping him healthy. Here’s what to know about their structure and function.
by Erica Larson | Oct 16, 2018
There’s not one particular approach for rehabilitating injured joints. Here are a few of the options vets have to use.
by Stephanie L. Church, Editorial Director | May 24, 2017
Causes of collapse in apparently healthy horses range from sleep deprivation and pain to muscle disorders and pregnancy.
by Nettie Liburt, MS, PhD, PAS | May 21, 2017
Hormone concentrations can help diagnose reproductive problems, determine pregnancy status, and more.
by Nettie Liburt, MS, PhD, PAS | Apr 30, 2017
Horses with noninfectious respiratory disease had much lower SAA concentrations than horses with infectious disease.
by Erica Larson | Apr 29, 2017
Xylazine, detomidine, and romifidine appear to have few effects on lameness exam results when used without butorphanol.
by Nettie Liburt, MS, PhD, PAS | Apr 26, 2017
One veterinarian describes how to use endometrial culture, cytology, and biopsy to evaluate subbertile mares.
by Nettie Liburt, MS, PhD, PAS | Apr 24, 2017
Researchers discuss equine rotavirus infection in foals, bacterial upper airway infections, and more.
by Maureen Gallatin | Apr 19, 2017
Persistent uterine lining inflammation in horses can lead to lower pregnancy rates and increased early embryonic losses.
by Stacey Oke, DVM, MSc | Apr 17, 2017
A custom-designed equine CT table and a commercial Big Bore scanner make it possible to image neck lesions in horses.