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Is Your Horse's Feed Safe for Him to Consume?

Feed milled at plants that produce other feeds with ionophores could contain a substance toxic to horses. Read More

Two Companies Join AAEP Educational Partners Program

Ceva Animal Health and Dechra Veterinary Products have joined the AAEP as educational partners. Read More

Horse Treated at OSU Tests Negative for EHV-1

The horse was isolated, treated for EHV-4, and was expected to be discharged Aug. 5. Read More

Potomac Horse Fever: True or False?

How much do you know about Potomac horse fever? Test your knowledge! Read More

North Carolina Reports First Equine EEE Cases of 2014

Two unvaccinated horses--one from Carteret County and one from Bladen County--died after contracting EEE. Read More

Researchers Unlock Clues about Aging Equine Tendons

The research team discovered marked differences in the proteins found in young and old horses' tendons. Read More

BLM Seeks Bids for Off-Range Wild Horse Care Facilities

The BLM is seeking bids for short- and long-term care facilities for horses gathered from Western rangelands. Read More

BLM Wild Horse, Burro Advisory Board Meeting Set for Aug. 25

The board will discuss issues relating to the management and protection of wild horses and burros. Read More

The Importance of Water during Summer for Horses

There are six nutrients every horse needs, and the most important--and probably most overlooked--is water. Read More

Examine Hay for Toxic Striped Blister Beetles

Blister beetles produce the caustic oily compound cantharidin, which can cause horses to become sick or die. Read More

14 Additional Texas Premises Quarantined for VS

To date, 35 premises in nine Texas counties have been quarantined due to VS-positive horses and cattle. Read More

Number of Colorado Facilities with Equine VS Jumps to 21

The quarantines are located in Boulder, Broomfield, El Paso, Larimer, and Weld counties. Read More

ASPCA Celebrates Five Years of 'Rescuing Racers'

The ASPCA has granted over $1.7 million to rescue groups since launching the Rescuing Racers Initiative. Read More

Utah Horse Owners Advised to Take Precautions against WNV

Officials strongly advises owners to vaccinate horses against West Nile virus (WNV) if they haven't already. Read More

Eight Additional Texas Premises Quarantined for VS

To date, 21 facilities in eight counties have been quarantined due to vesicular stomatitis-positive animals. Read More

Malinowski Delivers Presentation on Senior Horse Health

Karyn Malinowski PhD, presented "Ensuring Good Health and Well-Being of the Aging Equine Population." Read More

AVA: Vaccinate Australian Horses against Hendra Now

The Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) urges owners to have horses vaccinated against the deadly virus. Read More

Take Precautions against Equine Heat Stress

Learn what steps to take to ensure your horses stay cool and comfortable when temperatures rise. Read More

Seven Colorado Facilities Quarantined for VS

Seven facilities in two counties are quarantined after horses tested positive for vesicular stomatitis (VS). Read More

Texas Confirms Additional Equine VS Cases

Horses residing in Bastrop, Travis, and Guadalupe counties have tested positive for vesicular stomatitis (VS). Read More

Vesicular Stomatitis Confirmed in Boulder Co., Colorado

A Boulder County premises is under quarantine after equine vesicular stomatitis (VS) was confirmed there. Read More

Colorado Reports First Equine WNV Case of 2014

Officials confirmed the state's first reported equine WNV case for 2014 in an Adams County horse. Read More

AAEP Foundation, Zoetis Award Scholarships to New Vets

Nine veterinary graduates of 2014 committed to careers in equine health care received $4,000 scholarships. Read More

New Equine Hendra Case Confirmed near Gladstone, Queensland

A deceased horse tested positive for hendra virus infection late Friday (July 18). Read More

Wilson Receives Award at Working Equid Colloquium

Dr. Julia Wilson received the award recognizing her team's work to improve working horses' health in Honduras. Read More