Knowing 'Normal' Can Help Horse Owners Spot Trouble

Horse owners have a better chance of detecting disease and stress in a horse if they are familiar with the normal behavior and physiological parameters of their animal.

Familiarity with what constitutes "normal" for a horse allows equine managers to respond quickly to abrupt or sizable changes, said Dave Freeman, PhD, PAS, Dipl. ACAN, Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service equine

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