Some old horse owners welcome spring grass, while others find it a source of worry. Where do you stand?
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This painful dental disease is often seen in older horses and can have severe consequences. Here's what to watch for.
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Farm Call: Your Questions Answered
Q. I am concerned about an older horse where I board. Yesterday I found in her manure what looks like stringy intestinal tract with feces encapsulated inside. It does not look like worms. She is also not eating as well as usual. What could cause this?
There are countless hoof products and practices that have become popular due to salesmanship rather than evidence.