KER Equine Nutrition Conference
Mycotoxin exposure in horses, caused by feed contaminated with fungi, can be dangerous or fatal.
Photo by Ramesh C. Gupta, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ABT
Developing an understanding of post-colic feeding practices can help your horse on the road to recovery.
Photo by Amelia Munsterman, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACVS, ACVECC
June 29, 2012
Mycotoxin exposure in horses, caused by feed contaminated with fungi, can be dangerous or fatal.... Read More
June 25, 2012
Developing an understanding of post-colic feeding practices can help your horse on the road to recovery.... Read More
June 18, 2012
Consider using fecal egg counts and fecal egg count reduction tests in a sustainable parasite control program.... Read More
June 17, 2012
Feeding draft horses, miniature horses, ponies, mules, and donkeys requires special some considerations.... Read More
June 05, 2012
Growing horses require specific nutrients, vitamins, and minerals to aid in proper development.... Read More
June 04, 2010
Confusion about medication rules still exist however, because the FEI and USEF differ in their selection and testing of horses, in who is held responsible for drug violations, and in their lists of permitted substances.... Read More
May 16, 2010
Since much decision-making about feeding horses continues to be based on folklore, tradition, and misinformation, owners and trainers are encouraged to use nutrition resources, reported Olivia Martin at the 2010 Kentucky Equine Research Nutrition ... Read More
May 12, 2010
Antioxidants like vitamins E and C are beneficial to exercising horses, but only at recommended levels, reported Carey Williams, PhD, equine extension specialist and associate director of the Rutgers University Equine Science Center. Williams ... Read More
May 10, 2010
Thanks to advances in identifying specific causes of tying-up, development of diagnostic tests, and improved recognition of the impact of diet and exercise on horses that tie up, affected horses can be successfully managed. Stephanie Valberg, D... Read More
November 01, 2002
"Anytime you ask a horse to be a performance horse (taking him out of his natural environment), you put him in a stressful situation," said Joe Pagan, PhD, owner of Kentucky Equine Research (KER) in Versailles, Ky., during his presentation... Read More
January 08, 1999
Kentucky Equine Research (KER) will host its ninth annual Equine Nutrition Conference on April 26-27, 1999, in Lexington, Ky.
The conference will feature presentations by world leaders in equine nutrition and exercise physiology,... Read More
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