A recent review questions traditional views on salt supplementation for horses, suggesting that just a dab will do.
Approximately one in seven horses will be diagnosed with Cushing's Disease, so a working knowledge of signs indicative of the disease is useful, especially if you're handling an aging population of horses.
A new study highlights the potential role of vitamin D in preventing illness. Horses obtain vitamin D from both their diet and the sun, using ultraviolet rays to produce vitamin D in the skin.
An age-old question: can joint supplements really help my horse?
Although most equine athletes will quickly recover after exercise, many owners elect to expedite the process through nutrition and nutritional supplements.
Can you suggest a nutritional approach to increase my old gelding's soundness while preventing hives?
Most horses don’t mind cold weather if they are healthy, dry, well-fed, and have access to shelter from the wind. According to Bryan Waldridge, D.V.M., staff veterinarian for Kentucky Equine Research, keeping horses dry is a huge factor in keeping them warm.
According to a new study, a simple test that measures matrix metalloproteinases could help horses with recurrent airway obstruction.
According to a group of researchers, haptoglobin may be just the metric horse owners and veterinarians need to track joint inflammation in horses.
My gelding has shelly, crumbly hooves that are prone to abscesses and white-line infections. What can I do?
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