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How Much Protein Does Your Horse Really Need?

How Much Protein Does Your Horse Really Need?

Mom needs plenty of protein too: a lactating mare is not only attempting to maintain her own body condition, but especially in early stages, she is providing all the protein to the foal through the milk as well. This is one of the reasons it can seem difficult to keep a mare in good body condition around foaling and as she begins lactating.

UK Ag Equine Students Give Back to Equine Community During Equine Week of Service

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UK Ag Equine Students Give Back to Equine Community During Equine Week of Service

“We put together the UK Equine Week of Service as a way to get out into the community, out of the classroom and off our computers during a time where we are not getting as much hands-on experience as we usually would,” said Mackenzie Johnson, a Wildcat Wrangler and UK senior studying equine science and management. “We wanted to give our students a chance to get involved in the equine industry and start making those vital connections with different industry professionals, all while doing a few good deeds along the way.”

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Strategies For Coping With Smoke From Wildfires

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Strategies For Coping With Smoke From Wildfires

Smoke comes in endless variations, depending on what is burned. In the case of wildfires that spread beyond forests and rangeland to consume homes and other structures, smoke is produced from burning wood, vegetation, plastic, building materials, furniture, vehicles and combustibles such as gas and oil.

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Who Dun It?

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Who Dun It?

Mister Ed, Diamonds Sparkle, Spirit, Roy Rogers’ Trigger, and Hotshot, what do all these dazzling equines have in common?  They all sport dilute-colored coats! Thanks to the vast world of equine genetics, we are able to bear witness to a huge variety of stunning coat patterns and colors. Let’s unpack a bit of the science behind these flashy hues.

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AQHA Horseman Participates in Study Specifically Focused on Performance Horses

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AQHA Horseman Participates in Study Specifically Focused on Performance Horses

This great information is focused specifically on our types of horses: horses that spin hard, travel with precision over obstacles, work dynamically to maintain a consistent top line, and manage to sustain these attributes through long competition days and seasons.

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Diet and Laminitis- No Link to Fructan

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Diet and Laminitis- No Link to Fructan

Horses and ponies, donkeys and mules, may develop laminitis on diets based on either hay or pasture. The cause isn’t fructan. It isn’t hind gut acidosis. Here’s the science.

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5 Ways Coping With the Pandemic Will Make You a Stronger Equestrian

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5 Ways Coping With the Pandemic Will Make You a Stronger Equestrian

Who among you hasn’t stepped up to the start cone, with the eyes of the judges upon you, your family and friends watching on the sidelines, and your trainer nervously chewing his nails, and hasn’t felt afraid. Fear is real, but fear isn’t fact. You’ve faced this situation before, and you will face it again. The way you choose to deal with the emotions caused by this pandemic, however, can help to make you a stronger equestrian and competitor when it’s time to return to the show pen.

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Combating Common Equine Skin Problems

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Combating Common Equine Skin Problems

If your horse has rain rot, you’ll notice scab-like bumps, particularly along the top of the head, neck, back and/or croup. When pulled, the hair will easily come away from the body, leaving behind an infected, hairless spot of skin. These lesions are commonly itchy or painful.

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Webinar- Biosecurity on Horse Farms and at Equestrian Events

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Webinar- Biosecurity on Horse Farms and at Equestrian Events

As part of the Equine Science Center’s Fall 2020 Equine Webinar Series, Leslie Seraphin, DVM, MPH, will present on biosecurity for the horse owner. Her talk will focus on actions you can take to prevent disease entry to and spread on your farm, including actions to take when attending off farm equine events.

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First-Ever Full-Body Equine Vet Imaging For Standing Conscious Horse

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First-Ever Full-Body Equine Vet Imaging For Standing Conscious Horse

Prisma’s system has successfully performed in vivo imaging of live horse subjects and has demonstrated the efficacy of the system’s multiple technologies. Prisma’s CT image quality has proven to be on par with the top medical-grade CT systems.

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