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Bots and Beyond: Little-Known Parasite Enemies

Worms shouldn't be your only worry for your horse--bots can take up long-term residence in your horse.

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Strongyles: The Worst of the Worms

Strongyles are the largest and most significant family of worms in horses and the most dangerous.

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Ascarids: A Growing Problem

Ascarids, or roundworms, wreak their havoc largely on young horses with naïve immune systems.

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Tapeworms: An Underrated Threat

Tapeworms are more prevalent in the equine gut than previously suspected and may cause serious health issues.

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Bad Bug Basics

The first of 12 monthly articles on parasite-related topics. We'll take a look at equine parasite control.

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Emergency Planning Workbook (Courtesy of EquineU.com)

The horse emergency kit include steps to take before a disaster strikes and what to do if one is predicted.

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Latest on the Omegas

The question: If omega-3 fatty acids benefit human health, can they provide similar benefits for horses?

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Underweight and Overactive

Suggestions for putting weight on thin and overactive horses.

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Equine Body Condition Score Poster

Descriptions and illustrations of body condition scores for horses based on the Henneke body condition scale.

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Body Condition Score: Back to Basics

A horse’s body condition score can tell a lot about his overall well-being; how does your horse weigh in?

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Feeding to Prevent and Control Disease

Various equine diseases can be caused and/or cured by using specific feeding regimens.

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Herpesvirus Management Basics

There are basic tools a farm, stable, or barn manager can use to reduce the incidence of equine herpesvirus.

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Equine Herpesvirus Latency

Equine herpesvirus subsequently can be spread by the continuous cycle of reactivation from being dormant.

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Herpesvirus Vaccination

Questions and answers about several aspects of vaccinating horses against equine herpesvirus.

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Neurologic Equine Herpesvirus

Research offers hope that we can identify the origin of the terrifying neurologic EHV-1 disease & prevent it.

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Herpes by the Numbers

A guide to nine types of herpesvirus can cause different problems in your horse.

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2005 Gulf Coast Hurricanes Coverage

Coverage of the impact of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita on the equine population in the Gulf Coast area in 2005.

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