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Articles Answering Some Common Equine Management Questions

Be Prepared for an Equine Health Emergency

  • Monday, 10 November 2014 00:00
If you own horses long enough, sooner or later you are likely to confront a medical emergency. From lacerations to colic to foaling difficulties, there are many emergencies that a horse owner may encounter. You must know how to recognize serious problems and respond promptly, taking appropriate action while awaiting…

Don't Skip the Purchase Exam

  • Monday, 10 November 2014 00:00
Owning a horse can be a big investment in time, money and emotion. Unfortunately, horses seldom come with a money-back guarantee. That’s why it is so important to investigate the horse’s overall health and condition through a purchase exam conducted by an equine veterinarian. Whether you want a horse as…

Help Your Foal Grow with Proper Nutrition

  • Monday, 10 November 2014 00:00
A healthy foal will grow rapidly, gaining in height, weight and strength almost before your eyes. From birth to age two, a young horse can achieve 90 percent or more of its full adult size, sometimes putting on as many as three pounds per day. Feeding young horses is a…

Help Your Mare Have a Safe Delivery

  • Monday, 10 November 2014 00:00
If your mare has made it through 11 months of pregnancy, you’re almost home free. Labor and delivery, while momentous, are generally uneventful. In most cases, you will simply need to be a quiet observer – if, that is, you are lucky enough to witness the birth. Mares seem to…

Learn to Recognize the Signs of Laminitis

  • Monday, 10 November 2014 00:00
Every day veterinarians across the country see hundreds of cases of laminitis, a painful disease that affects the feet of horses. Laminitis results from the disruption of blood flow to the sensitive and insensitive laminae within the foot, which secure the coffin bone to the hoof wall. While the exact…
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