Regenerative Medicine in the Horse

July 10, 2018 0
By Lauren Lamb, DVM The horse’s body is composed of cells for every function. One of these functions is to repair injured tissue. These cells can be collected, concentrated/cultured and injected into injured tissue or […]

Disaster Prep

June 5, 2018 0
By Barry Whitworth, DVM Chances are that livestock producers at some time or another will be affected by a disaster such as a flood, tornado, drought or wildfire. Whatever the disaster, the challenge of any […]

All Creatures Great & Small

May 15, 2018 0
Jim Clark, DVM By Judy Wade When James Alfred “Alf” Wright, using the pen name James Herriot, wrote the book “All Creatures Great and Small” in 1972 about his adventures as a British country veterinarian, […]

Joint & Physis Infections in Foals

May 2, 2018 0
By Lauren Lamb, DVM During foaling season, owners may notice that a foal is lame and suspect that the foal just got stepped on by the mare. While this could be the cause of the […]

August 2017 Profile: Fred Rule

July 31, 2017 0
Unwritten Rules of a Veterinarian By Laci Jones The phone rings. When Fred Rule, DVM, of Elk City, Okla., answered, the veterinarian of more than 50 years sprung into work-mode. The rancher on the opposite […]

Angular Limb Deformity in the Foal

March 29, 2017 0
By Lauren Lamb Every year thousands of foals are born in the United States. Most of these foals are bred and raised to have a job (racehorse, show horse, ranch horse, etc.). Good limb confirmation […]