Study results revealed that three commercially available dewormers showed poor efficacy on the majority of farms tested.
Photo by Kristen M. Janicki, MS, PAS
Researchers discuss equine rotavirus infection in foals, bacterial upper airway infections, and more.
Photo by The Horse Staff
Researchers believe polyacrylamide hydrogel (PAAG) could have a long-lasting cushioning effect on arthritic joints.
Photo by Anne M. Eberhardt/The Horse
- Common Dewormers: Still Effective Against Small Strongyles?
- 2017 NIAA, USAHA Equine Forum White Paper Now Available
- Air Quality Week From The Horse and Sweet PDZ
- Equine GI and Respiratory Disease: What's New?
- PAAG Showing Promise as Arthritis Pain Reliever for Horses
- The Future of Parasite Control?
- UHVRC Distributes More Than 3,200 Vaccines to Horses in Need
- Limb Sensors for Equine Diagnostics, Performance Evaluations
- Does a Senior Horse Have Special Vaccination Needs?
- Parasite Control Recommendations for Boarded Horses
- Do Horses Prefer Patting or Scratching?
- Subtle Signs of Improper Saddle Fit
- Time-Saving Tips: Feeding and Watering Horses
- Your Guide to an Outrageously Shiny Coat
- Feeding Type-1 PSSM Horses
- Getting Ready for Rolex: By the Numbers
- Parasite Control: An Update
- What is Your Horse's Fecal Egg Count Telling You?
- Adult Horse Weight Calculator
- Study: Most Horses Go Back to Work After Colic Surgery
Farm Call: Your Questions Answered
Q. A veterinarian addresses whether oral aloe vera could help gastric ulcers and offers evidence-based alternatives.
A DNA test offers Alayne surprise answers to questions about her BLM mustang's ancestry.