Do you have a horse with flaky skin and a dry mane and tail? The right feed might help.
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Allergies are common in horses. Here's a look at how veterinarians and owners can identify the causes.
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Squamous cell carcinoma is the most common cancer found in equine eyes and the second most common equine tumor overall.
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- Exploring Equine Seasonal Allergies
- Addressing Unwanted Behavior in Performance Mares
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- Genetic Risk Factor for Equine Eye Cancer Identified
- Burning Up: Photosensitization and Sunburn in Horses
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Farm Call: Your Questions Answered
Q. What could be the cause of this horse's strange eyelid indentation?
Owning horses sometimes requires making tough choices, especially as they get older.