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Problem Solver Series: How to Control Nuisance Birds on Horse Properties
by Lou Calka | Mar 30, 2021
One horse owner challenges us to be proactive when it comes to our parasite control programs.
by Multiple Authors | Nov 29, 2019
Equine behaviorists apply a scientific lens and an analytic approach to solving behavior problems.
by Mary Lynne Carpenter | Oct 18, 2019
There is satisfaction in being able to share resources and skills within an industry you love. A horse owner shares suggestions on how to lend a helping hand within your equestrian community.
by Tracy E. Norman, VMD, Dipl. ACVIM | Dec 4, 2018
Being an equine veterinarian isn’t always easy, but one practitioner says it’s cases like this that make it all worthwhile.
by The Horse Staff | Nov 16, 2017
An owner describes how she made the difficult decision to euthanize her “heart horse” based on his quality of life.
by Nettie Liburt, MS, PhD, PAS | Oct 1, 2017
A nutritionist can tell you if you’re over- or underfeeding or supplementing and address other equine diet concerns.
by Michael N. Fugaro, VMD, Dipl. ACVS | Aug 3, 2017
The collaborative work of the owner, farrier, and veterinarian can dictate a horse’s soundness and overall health.
by Jenni Douglas, MSc | Mar 9, 2016
Find out how your mental and physical performance will benefit from a program out of the saddle.
by The Horse Staff | Nov 30, 2015
There is an endless list of problems associated with obesity in horses. It is far more dangerous to have an obese horse than an underweight horse, and the problems are much longer lasting.
by TheHorse.com | Oct 5, 2015
If you choose to volunteer in an emergency or disaster situation, there are a number of very important factors to consider before loading up and leaving, even if the destination is local.
by The Horse Staff | Jul 20, 2015
Funds for land acquisition and trail development are drying up. Here are four things we must do to ensure enough land is preserved for our horses and activities.
by TheHorse.com | Apr 20, 2015
There are countless hoof products and practices—both verifiable and unverifiable—out there that the author says have become more popular due to salesmanship rather than evidence.