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by Alexandra Beckstett, The Horse Managing Editor | Jul 24, 2022
A team of emergency and large animal rescue professionals saved a hypothermic mare stuck in a creek. Read more in this article from the July 2022 issue of The Horse.
by Equus | Jul 23, 2022
Create a basic equine first aid kit to prepare for minor injuries and be better equipped for an emergency.
by Clair Thunes, PhD | Feb 12, 2022
Learn how to avoid combustion and barn fire caused by your stored hay.
by Michelle Anderson | Feb 12, 2022
Researchers analyzed data to identify the main veterinary needs of horses during wildfire evacuations in California.
Dr. Claudia Sonder of Napa, California, shares her first-hand experience with creating a mobile clinic to help treat horses during natural disaster evacuations.
by Nancy S. Loving, DVM | Sep 11, 2021
Here’s how to get your farm back to normal so your horses have a safe and comfortable place to, once again, call home.
by University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food, and Environment | Sep 3, 2021
Are you ready to help your horse if water rises during a storm? A senior meteorologist from the University of Kentucky offers advice.
by Rachel Buchholz, DVM | Sep 17, 2020
An Oregon-based sports medicine practice offers advice for horse owners dealing with hazardous and unhealthy air quality.
by The Horse Staff | Sep 14, 2020
Fire remains a threat to equine operations worldwide. Learn how to protect yours from barn and wildfires.
by Stacy Pigott | Sep 3, 2020
Coordinating her first evacuation with the best possible outcome taught California-based reined cow horse trainer Sarah Clifford valuable lessons.
by Rebecca Gimenez Husted, PhD | Aug 25, 2020
Find out why early evacuation is always your best bet. Dr. Rebecca Gimenez-Husted explains.
by Stacy Pigott | Aug 19, 2020
Getting your horse to safety during a wildfire and a pandemic takes extra preparation. Two disaster planning experts offer tips to keep yourself healthy while evacuating your horses.