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by Haylie Kerstetter | Dec 15, 2022
Top of The Rockies alfalfa cubes are being investigated as the potential source of botulism infection in at least 15 horses.
by Clair Thunes, PhD | Dec 8, 2022
Find out what might happen if your horse eats that wreath hanging on his stall door.
by Clair Thunes, PhD | Oct 8, 2022
Is it okay for my horse to eat leaves that have fallen from trees in his pasture?
by Alayne Blickle | Feb 28, 2022
Is one grass hay variety more palatable than another? Should I feed my horse the first or second cutting of hay? Equine nutritionists answer these questions and more about this essential forage.
by The Horse Staff | Jan 19, 2022
Fescue toxicosis can cause pregnancy losses and reduced reproductive efficiency in mares. Learn more in this visual guide! Sponsored by Dechra Veterinary Products.
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 Stephanie L. Church, Editorial Director | Aug 31, 2021
Learn from Dr. Jennifer Janes, part of the University of Kentucky’s CSI team for horse diseases, conditions, and poisonings.
by Christa Lesté-Lasserre, MA | Jun 11, 2021
This marks the second documented case of a newborn foal contracting atypical myopathy and the first to link the condition to toxins passed through the mare’s milk.
by University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food, and Environment | May 29, 2021
Buttercups can cause mouth pain and blisters, drooling, oral and gastric ulcers, colic, and diarrhea in horses that eat them.
by Christa Lesté-Lasserre, MA | May 17, 2021
Horses might chew trees for a variety of reasons, such as boredom or nutritional deficiency. Learn about the benefits and risks, and how to protect your horses and your trees.
by Clair Thunes, PhD | Nov 16, 2020
Black cherry leaves are blowing into a horse pasture, and the owner is worried they will put her horses’ health at risk.
by Diane E. Rice | Jan 21, 2020
The Horse spoke with the farm owner. Learn from her firsthand experience, and find out how to protect your horses.