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by Christa Lesté-Lasserre, MA | Aug 18, 2022
Results from a recent study in Egypt showed an association between certain horse demographics and vulnerability to West Nile virus.
by Corie Traylor | Aug 17, 2022
Determining exactly which vaccines a horse needs can be confusing. Here are some basic do’s and don’ts to make sure you’re providing the disease protection your horse needs.
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 Maureen Blaney Flietner | Mar 10, 2022
Many factors influence stallion fertility, a good number of which can be managed and improved.
by Ryan Ferris, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACT | Mar 8, 2022
Age can affect a stallion’s fertility and his ability to settle mares. Reproduction specialist Dr. Ryan Ferris explains.
by Lucile Vigouroux | Feb 20, 2022
To shed light on the fertility troubles many breeders encounter, two theriogenologists have shared seven practical tips centered around getting a mare in foal.
by Kate Luthin, DVM | Jan 11, 2022
Intact males with hidden testes can present owners with increased costs and dilemmas.
by Camie Heleski, PhD, MS | Aug 13, 2021
Dr. Camie Heleski of the University of Kentucky talks about research into cohousing for stallions.
by Jean-Yin Tan, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM | Apr 29, 2021
Find out how to prevent equine upper respiratory tract infections from spreading throughout your barn.
by Ashley Boyle, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM | Oct 6, 2020
Strep zoo are responsible for a variety of diseases and issues in horses, including pneumonia, abortions, and upper respiratory, wound, testicular, and neonatal infections.
by Christa Lesté-Lasserre, MA | May 17, 2020
What’s in that straw? Stallion semen, sure. But what quantity of sperm, and what quality? Researchers found this mobile device and its app an effective alternative to more specialized equipment.
by American Association of Equine Practitioners | May 14, 2020
The guidelines make new recommendations for core and risk-based vaccines for horses. The committee further emphasizes that routine vaccinations are considered essential during the COVID-19 pandemic.