If your horse has a debilitating disease or injury and is facing lengthy treatment or 'jail time', having a plan and getting support can help.
When temperatures drop, plant metabolism is impacted, causing them to store sugars, a risk to certain horses.
A pair of studies show that there are significant changes in immune and endocrine function following even short periods of shipping.
Dr. Judith Koenig, surgeon, teacher and researcher at the OVC, reveals how improvements in diagnostics and biologics help in the treatment of lameness.
Horses who are naturally lean, or senior animals who struggle to keep weight on, can benefit from careful feeding and management.
Krill oil, shitake mushrooms, resveratrol, Coenzyme Q10? A look at some of the more interesting products and compounds for horses.
What's the difference? A look at these popular equine dietary supplements intended to stabilize the microbiome.
A review by Brian D. Nielsen of three decades of research examines the role of nutrition and management in reducing skeletal injuries in equine athletes.
A look at essential macrominerals and microminerals, deficiency symptoms, the accuracy of testing, and preventing imbalances.
What your vet wants you to pack in your travel equine first-aid kit to deal with three common emergency situations: colic, choke, and cuts.