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The key to keeping your allergy-prone horse comfortable is figuring out the causes of his reactions and avoiding them. Learn more about allergic reactions in horses with this step-by-step visual guide. Sponsored by Kinetic Vet.
Insect bite hypersensitivity is a lifelong condition, and affected horses will always need management and/or therapy. But often a patient can be clinical-sign-free with low exposure to inciting antigens.
If you’ve got a horse with insect bite hypersensitivity, midges might not be your only problem. Researchers found that IBH horses are more likely to develop allergic reactions elsewhere—specifically, in the breathing passages.
Insects don’t just harass your horse—their bites can cause welts and rashes, lead to insect bite hypersensitivity, and even transmit diseases. Download this free report to learn about smart insect control strategies you can use to keep your horse comfortable.
Camping is all about simplicity and going back to nature, but adding horses to the picture means you must make many more considerations. Our sources shared their top tips for getting ready to go horse camping.
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