Certain breeds seem more susceptible to EMS. Dr. Amanda Adams shares information about possible genetic links.
University of Kentucky researcher Amanda Adams, PhD, gives an overview of EMS and how it affects horses.
Equine metabolic syndrome can cause obesity, insulin resistance, and laminitis. Find out how to care for your EMS horse.
Outbreaks occur at horse shows and racetracks. But are trail horses susceptible? Dr. Stephen Reed responds.
Now what? Internal medicine specialist Dr. Stephen Reed offers advice.
Dr. Stephen Reed responds to whether or not horses can have EHV and spread the disease but not get sick themselves.
Dr. Stephen Reed shares the clinical signs a horse infected with equine herpesvirus might exhibit.
With EHV cases reported from California to Kentucky already in 2017, get information you need to protect your horse.
EOTRH is a mouthful to say but leaves horses without a mouth full of teeth. Dr. Lynn Caldwell explains.
Dr. Lynn Caldwell shares information about dental issues horses face as they age.
Is your horse's dental care current? Learn about dental disease, oral care, and tooth-related behavior issues.
Learn about the steps involved in embryo transfer from CSU's Dr. Ryan Ferris.
Artificial light exposure can bring a mare into estrus earlier in the season. Dr. Ryan Ferris of CSU explains.
Dr. Dave Scofield of Select Breeders Services shares insight into breeding older mares for the first time.
Some mares are "quiet" when in estrus, making them more difficult to breed. Dr. Ryan Ferris of CSU offers advice.
Breeding a mare is exciting but not without challenges. Learn about stallion selection, breeding soundness, and more!
Nutritionist Dr. Clair Thunes explains what the National Animal Supplement Council is and what its product seal means.
Drs. Ashlee Watts and Clair Thunes offer reasons why your vet should be involved in supplement selection.
Dr. Ashlee Watts shares information about what ingredients to look for in a joint supplement.
Equine nutritionist Dr. Clair Thunes offers advice for supplementing horses that eat from inconsistent hay supplies.
Manufacturers make many claims, but do supplements really work? We'll look at the research and answer your questions!
Many horses live with melanoma. Others don't. Dr. Susan White explains what it means for a tumor to be malignant.
Sarcoids puzzle practitioners and plague some horses. Dr. David Levine shares what scientists know about their cause.
Sarcoids vary and can look like other skin growths. Dr. Susan White shares how your vet can get a definitive diagnosis.