Diagnostic methods now in use are only able to detect infestation with adult forms of strongyles. Although adult worms are not believed to cause significant disease, their presence is a sign that serious damage from larvae in the blood vessels might have occurred months earlier.
An Irish company has developed a handheld device that can be used to determine whether a horse has an infectious or inflammatory disease.
Horses with insect bite hypersensitivity have a severe allergic reaction to proteins in the insect’s saliva. Scientists are looking at new ways to help horses with allergies of this type..
Understanding how to take your horse's vital signs is one step to ensuring his well-being. Pulse, respiration, and temperature are easy to measure once you have practiced a bit.
The use of nasal strips in racehorses is thought to decrease the incidence of exercise-induced pulmonary hemorrhage in racehorses.
Arising partly from boredom and partly from other causes, destructive and sometimes dangerous behaviors such as wood chewing are easier to avoid than to cure.
What are the advantages and disadvantages of using electrolytes in a barrel-racing horse during a double-header rodeo?
I use my gelding for endurance. Can you help me choose the best electrolyte?
How much chromium should my 32-year-old mare with Cushing’s consume, and is it okay that every chromium supplement seems to also have large amounts of magnesium?
Does heaves have a genetic component or affect the quality of colostrum in mares?
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