Poor air quality from wildfire smoke can be very dangerous for horses. An equine internal medicine specialist offers advice.
Improving the air quality in your barn can protect horses and humans against respiratory dysfunction.
Researchers have determined that testing bronchoalveolar lavage fluid might be the most accurate way to diagnose horses with equine asthma.
Find resources on using management strategies to keep your horses healthy during the week of Aug. 1 on TheHorse.com.
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