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Feeding Broodmares

Proper broodmare nutrition is one of the most important contributors to a successful breeding program.

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Insulin Resistance

Equine Insulin Resistance is a reduction in sensitivity to insulin that decreases the ability of glucose to be

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Foaling

Foaling: what are the considerations and helpful steps you can take to provide a normal foaling for your mare?

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Navicular Syndrome

Navicular Syndrome desribes chronic forelimb lameness caused by pain stemming from the navicular bone.

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Electrolytes

Loss of electrolytes has far-reaching consequences, impacting virtually all of the horse's body systems.

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Allergies in Horses

Allergies in horses can be performance-limiting, painful, and unsightly--and expensive to diagnose and treat.

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Cloning Horses and Other Equids

In the equine world, cloning refers to the production of a foal that has the exact same DNA as the donor horse

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Identification Methods for Horses

Permanent, tamper-resistant, and accurate identification of horses provides positive proof of ownership.

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Deworming

A general guide to deworming your horse, including common parasites, dewormer options and proper scheduling.

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Composting

Composting is an economical and efficient method for managing equine manure. Learn more with this free report.

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Ultrasonography for Horses

Equine practitioners use ultrasound machines to help diagnose a number of physical abnormalities.

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Pain Management

Using pain management for horses is important to ensure no horse experiences pain unnecessarily.

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Equine Lameness

Get the facts on lameness in horses, from causes to diagnosis, treatment, and future prognosis.

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Equine Joint Injections

Equine joint injections can help veterinarians diagnose lameness or medicate a horse's painful joint.

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Equine Arthritis

Equine arthritis refers to an inflammation of the joint, and there are four different types.

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Vitamins and Minerals

They represent only a tiny portion of your horse’s feed intake, but they pack a nutritional wallop.

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Hoof Supplements

Oral supplements might be indicated for horses with dry, cracked, or brittle hooves.

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Feeding Easy Keepers

The term "easy keepers" refers to horses and ponies that maintain or gain weight on a minimum amount of food.

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Feeding Geriatric Horses

Aging equines that can’t properly chew or digest their food need special nutritional care.

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Equine Supplements

Supplements, or nutraceuticals, are thought to have some beneficial effects for horses.

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Equine Joint Supplements

Get the facts on choosing an equine joint supplement, including a seven-step quality evaluation process.

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Tendons and Ligaments

Knowing the structure and function of your horse’s tendons and ligaments can help you keep him healthy.

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Joint Structure and Function

There are three types of equine joints: synovial, fibrous, and cartilaginous

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Equine Upper Airway

Understand the structure and function of the equine upper respiratory system to understand horses' breathing.

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