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Farm Call: Your Questions Answered

Q. I've just adopted a wild horse and have heard that they often don't need shoes. She is in a quarter-acre dry lot connected to a 10-acre irrigated pasture for turn-out. Do we need to shoe her?

A. Read the Vet's Answer

Horse Sense (and Sensibility)

Slobbering in Horses

Excess slobber in your horse can mean a variety of things beyond slaframine toxicity from clover.