Username or Email Address
The art (and existing science) of regenerative medicine in equine practice, and what’s to come.
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE:
Slideshow | Equine First-Aid Kit for Minor Injuries and Acute Wound-Care
Infographic | How Ammonia Impacts Your Horse
Webcast | Drugs, Devices, and Decisions
The Horse’s experts answer your questions during a monthly live audio event.
Join us as we interview leading equine researchers from the University of Kentucky
Horses for Sale
Understanding Equine Nutrition – eBook
Problem Solver Series: How to Control Nuisance Birds on Horse Properties
by University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment | Feb 25, 2018
A mature horse that is idle or lightly exercised requires 100 mg of copper per day. Here’s why.
Researchers are examining the rate of injury and illness in North American 2-year-old Thoroughbreds in training.
This is the second article in a series looking at how researchers test and maintain equine competition surfaces worldwide.
by University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment | Feb 24, 2018
Researchers hope that, one day, they’ll be able to identify at-risk horses and intervene before a catastrophic breakdown occurs.
Fleming is studying carrier proteins in circulation in horses’ bodies that have the potential to be used as biomarkers.
Good pasture management begins with maintaining soil fertility to promote the growth of desirable grasses.
by University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment | Feb 23, 2018
Nocardioform placentitis affects late-gestation mares, causing abortion, stillbirth, or foals born alive but compromised.
by University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment | Feb 22, 2018
Dr. Amanda Adams is seeking donations of horses with PPID for her research at the University of Kentucky.
by Equine Disease Quarterly | Jan 16, 2018
Diagnostic evaluation begins with a neurologic exam to localize the lesion and continues with more focused testing.
by Equine Disease Quarterly | Jan 10, 2018
Footing is one of the most common factors cited when a horse performs poorly or suffers an injury.