Learn how rising temperatures and extreme weather events are affecting horse keeping.
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Consider these important factors before you volunteer in an emergency or disaster situation.
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- East Coast Horses Weather the Storm
- When Disaster Strikes
- Wildfire Smoke and Horses' Respiratory Health
- Safety and Horse Snacks
- Are You Crash-Ready?
- Iris Scanning Aids in Horse Identification
- Microchipping: High-Tech Horses
- 20 Disaster Planning Questions
- Consider Stall Space When Shipping Overseas
- USDA to Revise Animal Disease Traceability Approach
- Preparedness is Key to Surviving Tornadoes with Horses
- Theft and Horse Identification
Farm Call: Your Questions Answered
Q. I had my horses implanted with a microchip years ago. Recently, I attempted to change my contact information only to find out the website no longer existed. I obviously need to register my horses at a new site. What are my options?
If you choose to volunteer in an emergency or disaster situation, consider these important factors before loading up and leaving.