Researchers are establishing trends and seeing a clearer picture of Ireland's unwanted horse population.
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An equine veterinarian offers horse adoption tips in response to a Florida horse rescue fraud case.
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Farm Call: Your Questions Answered
Q. Q: I live in Florida, and I am researching private equine rescue facilities. I am interested in starting one in my area. I see a great need for it! Any info that you could send my way would be appreciated. Connie A: Rescuing horses is very rewarding work, but it's also very demanding work. And without a
Have you ever pushed a horse to work when you didn’t realize he was experiencing a physical limitation or illness?