During winter months, viruses are more easily spread and the horse's immune system may be compromised by the stress of cold weather.
Most of us know that ammonia is harmful for our horses, but we don't realize that it is more than just a noxious odor for humans.
The misconception over thyroxine use may stem from the initial reaction to the drug, causing a less spirited horse to appear alert and hypersensitive.
Cold weather and early darkness sometimes lead to neglect of basic horse needs, but daily diligence will help insure maximum horse health.
Winter time can be a challenge when it comes to keeping equines healthy and comfortable.
Winter months are not kind to equine hooves.
You have five reasons your horse will love you for switching to steamed hay which will help reduce five risks to your horse's health.
Wild horse advocates are calling on US Forest service to halt roundup of California wild horses because of outbreak of pigeon fever in horses in holding pens.
Leaky gut is a topic of interest to researchers and the medical community in other species, but is only just starting to be investigated in horses.
Despite the fact that horse nutrition is a complex science, myriads of unqualified people are doling out nutritional advice.