Anatomy & Physiology
Want to know how your horse’s body works? Here’s a look inside equine anatomy and physiology.
Equids (horses, asses, and zebras) are the only animals that sleep standing up.
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Here are just a few highlights from the comprehensive equine sessions at this year's ACT Conference.
- Asleep on His Feet
- CHRB Sudden Horse Death Report Released
- The Energy Content of Horse Feeds
- Researchers Review Equine Multinodular Pulmonary Fibrosis
- Researchers Explore Microbes to Benefit Animal, Human Health
- What's a Splint?
- Researchers Study Head, Neck Positions' Effects on Muscles
- Researchers Develop Equine Field Ventilation System
- CSU Equine Reproduction Lab Receives $3 million Gift
- Equine Immunodeficiencies Reviewed
Farm Call: Your Questions Answered
Q. My stallion ate a piece of netting off a roll of hay. Will it pass through his system? What do I need to do to help it through?
Navigating the world of supplements can seem like exploring uncharted territory. Fortunately, there is an organization dedicated to protecting the integrity of the products we give to our equine friends.