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by Cage Cruise, DVM, CF | Sep 22, 2022
An equine veterinary podiatrist says ice might help address this horse’s foot pain but won’t solve the main problem.
by Chris White, DVM | Aug 16, 2022
Joint injections can be complicated by a horse’s age, purpose, and health. Here’s how veterinarians approach various scenarios.
by Shoshana Rudski, The Horse Digital Editor | Jul 30, 2022
Lara Tomich, DVM, Dipl. ACVD, says reducing pine in the affected horse’s immediate environment is key to preventing allergies.
by Heather Smith Thomas | Jul 17, 2022
Giving medications to pregnant mares is never without risk and should always be discussed with your veterinarian.
by University of Kentucky Department of Veterinary Science, Maxwell H. Gluck Equine Research Center | May 14, 2022
Learn about the signs, diagnosis, and prognoses of these rare reproductive conditions.
by Maureen Blaney Flietner | Mar 12, 2022
Are you thinking about breeding an older mare? Remember there are steps—some simple, some cutting-edge—breeders can take to obtain foals from mares with waning fertility.
by University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food, and Environment | Jan 16, 2022
Warm, wet winter weather could lead to higher ergovaline concentrations in pastures, putting broodmares at risk for fescue toxicosis.
by Lucile Vigouroux | Dec 18, 2021
The final 100 days of gestation bring their own unique developments, changes, and challenges. Get tips to help your mare’s third trimester run smoothly.
by Alexandra Beckstett, The Horse Managing Editor | Nov 21, 2021
Here’s how to tell whether a broodmare is going into labor or experiencing colic-associated pain.
by Clair Thunes, PhD | Nov 19, 2021
With careful management and feed selection, owners can provide broodmares with the nutrients they need to support foal growth. Here’s what our equine nutritionist recommends.
by Christa Lesté-Lasserre, MA | Sep 19, 2021
A survey found 100% of owners were happy with the results of their mares’ ovariectomies performed in response to pathologies; 90% were happy with elective ovariectomy results.
by University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food, and Environment | Sep 18, 2021
A pregnant mare should maintain a healthy weight to support both the fetus’ and her own calorie needs.