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Preventing Infectious Disease in Horses When Traveling

CSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital’s director of infection control offers tips to protect your horse.


How Buck Brannaman Keeps his Horses Healthy on the Road

Clinician Buck Brannaman and his horses travel 40-plus weeks of the year. Find out how he keeps them healthy.

5 Things You Need to Know

5 Things You Need to Know: Fescue Toxicosis

Dr. Cynthia Gaskill shares important things mare owners need to know about fescue toxicosis.

5 Things You Need to Know

5 Things You Need to Know: Snake Bites and Horses

Learn from a critical-care veterinarian what you should do if you suspect a snake has bitten your horse.


How to Maintain Your Trailer

Tips on keeping your horse trailer ready to roll with Peter Matheson of Performance Trailer Service.


How to Choose Front Leg Protection for Your Horse

Get tips on choosing front leg protection for your horse from Nicole Carroll of Leap of Faith Farms.


Does Your Saddle Hurt Your Horse?

Find out what behaviors can tell you that your saddle hurts your horse.


How to Prevent Mud

How to keep mud from becoming a mess at your farm.


Choose Arena Footing

Carol Verbeeck gives objective information on materials used in arenas and helps you sift through options.


Solve Trailer Loading Issues

Learn how to handle trailer loading problems with Robyn Spector, of Petaluma, California.


Why Are Industry Surveys Important for Horse Owners?

Dr. Jill Stowe explains why industry studies, like the 2012 Kentucky Equine Survey, are important.


Equine Infection Control Training

Dr. Brandy Burgess of Colorado State University answers a question about equine infection control training.


Choosing a Disinfectant for Barn Use

Dr. Brandy Burgess describes selecting a disinfectant to protect horses from infectious disease agents.


How to Quarantine a New Horse

Dr. Josie Traub-Dargatz describes ways to keep horses and their equipment separate to avoid disease spread.


Budweiser Clydesdales: What's in the Trailer?

Dave Thomas, a supervisor of the Budweiser Clydesdales, discusses how they pack the trailer.


Performance to Pleasure: Caring for the Adult Horse

Join Merck Animal Health for a one-hour overview on healthcare considerations for the adult horse.


OIE Standards for International Horse Movement

Dr. Susanne Münstermann presents the OIE's role in preventing the global spread of equine diseases.


Lawsonia in Horses and Pigs

Dr. Connie Gebhart discusses Lawsonia intracellularis, a bacterium that causes equine proliferated enteropathy


Safely Remove Your Horse From a Herd

Becky Rodrigues provides tips on how to safely remove your horse from a herd setting.


Equine Identification: Methods and New Technologies

Details on why equine identification is vital to owners, government officials, breed registries, and vets.


Trailer Safety Check

Learn how to perform a safety check on your horse trailer before hitting the road.


New FDA-Approved Pergolide Product

A new FDA-approved Pergolide product offers options in the management of equine Cushing's disease.


Equine Medicine/ Gastrointestinal Issues (AAEP 2011)

Choke, Lawsonia infection, and more topics were discussed during the AAEP's equine medicine/GI session.


Treating Lower Respiratory Diseases

Evidence-based approaches to treatment of airway disease in horses such as heaves and IAD.

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