Horse Pasture Management

March 22, 2016 0
By Laci Jones Horse owners are eager to turn their horses out to graze and exercise as spring weather arrives, but is their pasture ready? “If managed correctly and well, pastures can be a great […]

Lameness in the Horse

February 26, 2016 0
By Lauren Lamb Every horse owner dreads the day they go out to ride or exercise their horse and notice that their equine athlete is lame. For a horse owner, this can create multiple questions […]

How to Care for a Foaling Mare

February 4, 2016 0
By Lauren Lamb, DVM, MS If you are expecting a foal this spring, congratulations—you are nearly home free. The good news is that the birth of a new born foal, although exciting, is usually uneventful […]

5 Common Winter Horse Care Mistakes

February 2, 2016 0
By Laci Jones With the winter season in full swing, it is especially important to make certain your livestock are well taken care of. “Winter is the time where we see the most colic in […]

Do horses really choke?

December 30, 2015 0
By Molly Bellefeuille, DVM, MS Just like humans horse may choke. Choke is a condition in which the esophagus is blocked, usually by food material. Horses with dental problems that do not grind their food […]

The Importance of Equine Vaccinations

December 30, 2015 0
By Lauren Lamb, DVM, MS Vaccinating horses is crucial to overall health maintenance and essential to responsible ownership. It is important to protect the horses against diseases they could be exposed to whether they travel […]

Angular Limb Deviation in Foals

September 29, 2015 0
By Dr. Molly Bellefeuille Hope everyone had a successful and plentiful foal crop born this year. The next time you watch your foals play in the pasture, look a little closer at their leg confirmation. […]
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