Endophyte-Infected Tall Fescue and its Effect on Broodmares
Tall fescue is a ubiquitous forage grass that became popular because of its drought tolerance, hardiness, and good forage performance. But scientists know a high percentage of tall fescue harbors an endophyte that produces a toxic alkaloid.
Genome Blueprint for Horse and Human Vaccines
Gluck Equine Research Center's Dr. John Timoney co-authored a paper on vaccines for Streptococcus equi.
Vaccines so trusted, they're guaranteed.
Pfizer Animal Health has launched an equine Immunization Support Guarantee program. If a horse properly vaccinated with one of our antigens contracts the corresponding disease, we'll help with the expense of reasonable diagnostic and treatment costs. Visit PfizerEquine.com/ISG.
Weed of the Month: Sandburs
Sandbur is the common name for several annual grasses that produce burs with multiple sharp spines.
Potomac Horse Fever Cases Seen at UKVDL
Between May and July, the UKVDL confirmed three deaths and 14 cases of Potomac horse fever in Kentucky.
Also in this Month's Issue
Congenital Flexural Limb Deformities in Foals
Laurie Lawrence Recognized with ASAA Fellow Award
Searching for UK Alums in the Horse Industry
Tips for Overseeding Central Kentucky Horse Pastures
USDA Forage Research Unit at UK has Equine Focus
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