Is your horse cinchy or unthrifty? Learn about EGUS, which affects an estimated 50-90% of horses.
Dental pulp injections helped reduce pain and improve lameness in horses with soft tissue injuries and arthritis.
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- Dealing With a Down Horse
- Feeding PPID Horses
- Nutrition and the Equine Topline
- Feeding the Endocrine-Challenged Horse
- Time to Retire?
- PPID Horses' Hair Cortisol Levels Examined
Farm Call: Your Questions Answered
Q. I have a healthy 21-year-old retired gelding who will not eat any type of hay in his stall at night. I have concerns about him standing in his stall all night without chewing and developing ulcers as a result. What are my options?
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