Understanding the differences between these groups’ microbiomes and adjusting dietary and management practices accordingly could help improve domestic horse welfare.
Rescue volunteers along with the staff at Bend Equine Medical Center spring to action to save an abandoned Mustang foal in Oregon.
As of May 6, 138 Mustangs have died of equine influenza at the Cañon City Wild Horse and Burro Facility.
As of May 3, 119 Mustangs at the Cañon City Wild Horse and Burro Facility have died from an endemic strain of equine influenza.
Researchers use Polish Konik horses to control tree growth and encourage biodiversity in a riverine ecosystem.
Jill Stowe, PhD, of the University of Kentucky, recently studied how many American horse owners are willing to adopt wild horses and what type they’d select.
The bill has bipartisan support and is co-sponsored by nearly half the U.S. Senate.
Study: If 4-5% of horse-owning households adopted one animal, the current surplus of wild horses and burros could be eliminated.
Researchers recently confirmed that a new drug test can detect the bisphosphonate tiludronate disodium (Tildren) in horses up to three years after they received the medication.
Dr. Scott Stanley of the University of Kentucky describes the challenges conventional drug testing presents and a potential biomarker-based solution.
Medina Spirit’s Kentucky Derby win remains in question after a postrace blood test indicated the presence of a prohibited corticosteroid. The colt’s Derby win marked the seventh for trainer Bob Baffert.
A University of Wyoming researcher reviewed 10 years of data about BLM wild mustang and burro captures and related equid injuries and death.
Starting Dec. 1, the reimagined convention will blend live and on-demand educational sessions.
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