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Holiday Horses, Ponies Require Time, Financial Commitments

Parents need to be aware of equine ownership commitment and cost before granting a child's wish. Read More

Miss. State Earns AQHA Breeding Honor

Miss. State was recognized for registering at least one AQHA foal for 50 years combined. Read More

Mississippi State Vet Students Learn Confident Equine Handling

Some students at the Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine do not have any riding or handling experience with horses. Bob Linford, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACVS, a veterinary surgeon and professor, uses his experience as a teacher Read More

Older Horses Require Extra Care

Stiff joints, poor teeth, and weight changes aren't just signs of aging in humans; they afflict horses, too. Read More

Mississippi State Vet School Adds Ambulatory Service

Mississippi State University's College of Veterinary Medicine ambulatory service is catching on as a win-win opportunity for both vet students and area horse owners.

David Christiansen, DVM, assistant professor in the Department of Read More

Mississippi Horse Park Available as Equine Evacuation Site

When hurricanes approach the Mississippi and Louisiana shores, many coastal horse owners seek refuge at the Mississippi Horse Park near Starkville. The horse park has 300 stalls and 150 RV sites.

"We expect to see a lot of repeat customers Read More

Mississippi Vet School Completes its First Frozen Embryo Transfer

Her future registered name might be different, but around the horse unit at Mississippi State University (MSU), everyone calls her Popsicle.

Born in September, Popsicle is the result of MSU's first successful frozen embryo transfer in Read More