The innate need for equines to have access to grazing and their preference for constant movement aids their digestion, keeps joints loose and soft tissues elastic.
Monty Roberts' class is for the novice, as well as the advanced student, to observe a master at work practicing discoveries that changed the horse world.
No silver bullet exists for managing mud on horse farms, no product or practice eliminates mud, but careful management can minimize the severity of the issue.
The necessity to travel off the farm presents a dog care issue for the horse owner, who might like to take their canine contingent along to the showgrounds or event.
Cellular strength, wholeness and integrity of horses' hooves are affected by environmental factors.
The key to affordability when it comes to a new barn purchase is to choose a design that offers versatility between your present day needs and future needs.
Since its establishment in 2008, the Winner's Circle Scholarship Program has provided more than $1.5 million in scholarships to 384 veterinary students.
Fully exploited by human athletes, proprioception is a therapeutic goldmine still awaiting its Eureka! moment by those caring for equine athletes.
Gift will allow the College of Agriculture, Food and Environment's Gluck Equine Research Center to launch a world-class equine drug research and testing program.
Annual vaccination is the only way to protect your horse against rabies which is 100% fatal to horses once clinical signs appear.