Common Causes of Hives in Horses

Hives can be caused by environmental factors including warm and wet weather. Learn how to determine what triggers your horse’s hives and how to manage them.

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Horse Farm Biosecurity

Infectious diseases such as equine herpesvirus can can be spread via exposed horses and on equipment. Here are the best ways to avoid this and keep your horses healthy.

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Biosecurity for Show Horses

Horse shows and events can act as petri dishes for infectious agents. Learn about the common pathogens horses encounter and how to protect your horse from them.

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What To Do About the Itchy Horse

Managing the Itchy Pony

One expert explains what might cause extreme itchiness in ponies (and horses) and how your veterinarian can diagnose and treat it.

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Feeding Equine Elders

A nutritionist answers questions about the nutritional needs of older equids, covering topics such as senior feeds, metabolic disease, and helping horses gain weight.

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Updates on Treating IBH in Horses

Insect bite hypersensitivity can negatively affect horse health and welfare. Find out what treatments researchers are developing to help horses with sweet itch.

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