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Coat Improvement With Supplements?

May 01, 2001

Your horse's coat isn't looking as good as it should. Your neighbor attributes her horse's fantastic coat to a supplement she's been using--but then, this is the same neighbor who swears by a lose-fat-while-you-sleep supplement for herself.... Read More

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A Source of a Different Color

May 01, 2001

With this month's issue of The Horse, subscribers receive a supplement valued at $25 as part of their subscription. The Horse Source is the equine industry's most comprehensive directory of products, suppliers, and organizations.... Read More

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Hear The Latest On FMD, EPM, and WNV

April 27, 2001

Tonight The Horse: Your Guide To Equine Health Care will conduct a free seminar for horse owners and industry professionals addressing EPM, West Nile, and Foot and Mouth disease concerns. The seminar is at... Read More

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USDA Proposes To Exempt Iceland From Horse Testing Regulations

April 27, 2001

The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced April 17 that it is proposing to exempt horses from Iceland from testing for dourine, glanders, equine piroplasmosis, and equine infectious anemia during the quarantine period... Read More

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Year Long Study On Animal Cruelty Released

April 27, 2001

The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), as part of its First Strike Campaign, has released the findings of a yearlong study on animal cruelty in the United States. Results from the study show an extremely high number... Read More

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MSPCA Launches Search For Loving Homes

April 20, 2001

The Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (MSPCA) Nevins Farm has launched a search for permanent homes for Clydesdales Surprise, Joe and Prince; Tulip the Pygmy Goat; and a host of brown Swiss Cows. The... Read More

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AHSA Authorizes New Jersey Court Action

April 20, 2001

The American Horse Shows Association (AHSA) and the United States Equestrian Team (USET) have been in an ongoing struggle over the national governance of equestrian sport (Read More

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July 8-14 Is National Farrier's Week

April 20, 2001

Like everyone else, farriers need an occasional pat on the back in recognition of their dedication, hard work, sacrifice and the impact they have on horses.

That’s what’s behind National Farriers Week,... Read More

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Free First Aid Kits for UK Horseowners

April 20, 2001

Strongid-P is offering U.K. horse owners an additional reason to double dose horses in April, the ideal time for the spring treatment of tapeworm. Strongid-P is giving away Robinson First Aid Kits to those who collect empty sachets... Read More

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New Veterinary Spokespersons Join AAEP On-Call Program

April 20, 2001

Four veterinarians specializing in the care of the Thoroughbred athlete are the newest spokespersons for the American Association of Equine Practitioners’ (AAEP) “On Call” program. Drs. Jeff Blea, Bernard Dowd, Joseph Foerner and Alan Ruggles... Read More

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Wet Lab, Technician CE New To 2001 Encore Meeting

April 20, 2001

The American Association of Equine Practitioners’ (AAEP) third annual Encore meeting will offer more continuing education opportunities for veterinarians and introduce an education program for veterinary technicians. The meeting,... Read More

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AAEP Members to Deliver Talks at Equine Expos

April 20, 2001

Veterinarians representing the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) will deliver horse-health lectures as part of the Western States Horse Expo, June 1 – 3 in Sacramento, Calif., and Equitana USA, June 14 – 17 in... Read More

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The Latest From Experts on FMD, EPM, and WNV

April 20, 2001

The Horse: Your Guide To Equine Health Care will conduct a free seminar for horse owners and industry professionals addressing EPM, West Nile, and Foot and Mouth disease concerns. The seminar will be Friday, April 27, 2001, at the... Read More

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Orphan Foal Farm Directory

April 20, 2001

The following farms raise orphan foals. If your orphan care service is not listed here or your listing needs to be updated, fax us at 859/276-4450 or e-mail Read More

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Demand For Veterinary Surgical Specialists On The Rise

April 13, 2001

There was a time not too long ago when the family doctor would manage all aspects of their patients' medical needs, including surgery. Eventually, increased understanding of injury and disease combined with advanced surgical techniques gave rise... Read More

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Equine Research Grants Awarded

April 13, 2001

Three veterinarians will share grant money totaling $18,818 to pursue research projects benefiting equine medicine. The grants are awarded annually to resident and graduate student veterinarians, and were approved by the American Association of... Read More

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Parelli Tour Benefits NARHA

April 13, 2001

Pat Parelli, one of the most famous horsemen and teachers in the world is doing a tour benefiting the North American Riding for the Handicapped Association (NARHA).

“Pat Parelli has been a tremendous supporter of NARHA. We appreciate his... Read More

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Pennsylvannia Launches West Nile Surveillance Program

April 13, 2001

Pennsylvania’s West Nile virus (WNV) surveillance program was launched April 9 with the help of officials from the Departments of Health, Environmental Protection, and Agriculture, and the Cumberland County Commissioners. A demonstration of the... Read More

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Get The Latest Information On The EPM Vaccine

April 13, 2001

Fort Dodge Animal Health has launched their web site, epmvaccine.com, to provide the latest information on the new Equine Protozoal Myeloencephalitis (EPM) vaccine. Visit http://www.epmvaccine.com, and... Read More

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Humane Society Urges Flood Preparation For Animal Owners

April 13, 2001

As different areas of the country prepare for spring floods, The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) urges pet owners and farmers to be prepared.

"Many people mistakenly leave their companion animals behind when they evacuate... Read More

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The Same, but Different

April 11, 2001

How many of you just spent a pretty big chunk of your weekend around horses? It amazes me in talking to other horse people just how many things can be done that involve everything from the Thelwell-sized ponies to upper level dressage horses to... Read More

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The New List of Precautionary Measures

April 06, 2001

The United States Department of Agriculture has responded to the foot and mouth disease threat by taking more precautionary measures in the importation of horses from foot and mouth disease-affected countries.... Read More

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FMD: Recommended List Of Disinfectants

April 06, 2001

From the United States Department of Agriculture (http://www.usda.gov):

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Certification of Disinfections for Tack Trunks/Containers

April 06, 2001

Certification of Disinfection for Tack Trunks/Containers

Identification of Tack Trunk/Container... Read More

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USDA Alert

April 06, 2001

Effective immediately and until further notice all importation of live swine and ruminants from the European Union (EU) and other countries affected with foot and mouth disease (FMD) will not be allowed entry into the... Read More