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by Erica Larson | Nov 4, 2017
Learn about the innerworkings of horses’ digestive tracts and how the bacteria that reside there impact health.
by Erica Larson | Oct 24, 2017
This rare, but potentially catastrophic, complication occurs in less than 1% of colic surgery patients.
by Alexandra Beckstett, The Horse Managing Editor | Aug 8, 2017
Foals’ size and fragility present veterinarians with unique diagnostic and treatment challenges in the face of colic.
by Alexandra Beckstett, The Horse Managing Editor | Aug 6, 2017
A vet reviews the different lesions practitioners might encounter during a colic and whether they warrant referral.
by The Horse Staff | Jul 21, 2017
Read some of The Horse staff’s top tweets and take-home messages related to recent equine colic research.
by Edited Press Release | Jun 3, 2017
The event is held every three years and focuses on new innovations in colic care.