An equine nutritionist offers tips for reducing your horse's pasture intake with a grazing muzzle.
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Researchers determined that veterinarians can manage PPID long-term without a progressive increase in pergolide dose.
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- Hoof Abscesses in Horses
- BEVA Issues New Guidelines on Managing Equine Risks
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- An Inside Look at the Equine GI Microbiome
- Does Equine PPID Affect Immune Responses to Vaccination?
- Advocates Stress Responsibility at Racehorse Aftercare Forum
- How Broodmare Nutrition Affects Her Foal
- AQHA Executive Committee Approves Welfare Recommendations
- Study Confirms Kicks From Shod Horses Can Damage Bone
- The Science Behind Equine Boots and Bandages
- The Science Behind 'Licking and Chewing' in Horses
- Genetic Disorders: Breed by Breed
- Senior Equine Feeds and Fiber
- Tick-Borne Disease: Tremendously Tricky in Horses
- A Look at Therapeutic Riding Horses' Stress Behaviors
- Feeding Horses for Joint Health
- What Causes Equine Cushing's Disease?
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Farm Call: Your Questions Answered
Q. I have a 38-year-old grade gelding with huge, arthritic knees. He fell three weeks ago. X rays show nothing broken or fractured. My veterinarian wants him on phenylbutazone forever. Is there anything else that could help him with no side effects?
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