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Tips to Help Prevent EPM

Tips to Help Prevent EPM

Fall is right around the corner, and research shows this season brings a higher risk of Equine protozoal myeloencephalitis (EPM). This is likely due to increased transportation to and from major horse competitions, and also to larger amounts of carrion in the diet of the opossum, the definitive host for the primary EPM-causing parasite in horses (Sarcocystis neurona.)

The Sixth Sense of Animals: An Early Warning System for Earthquakes?

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The Sixth Sense of Animals: An Early Warning System for Earthquakes?

Experts disagree about whether earthquakes can be exactly predicted. Nevertheless, animals seem to sense the impending danger hours in advance. For example, there are reports that wild animals leave their sleeping and nesting places immediately before strong quakes and that pets become restless.

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A Curly-Haired Horse?

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A Curly-Haired Horse?

You’ve seen curly-haired dogs. You might have seen curly-haired cats. But how about a curly-haired horse?

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Is Your Horse Stressed?

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Is Your Horse Stressed?

Horse owners are often busy people who find themselves stressed for multiple reasons. While horses may not have a high-pressure job or have to care for children or worry about balancing a checkbook, they too can suffer from stress.

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Don’t Let Dust Diminish Your Horse

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Don’t Let Dust Diminish Your Horse

Have you ever walked in a barn, and felt like your lungs were being assaulted? Imagine how a horse feels, particularly if they spend hours in a stall. When horses exercise, they take on upwards of 16 times as much air per second than their human owners. Their lung capacity is enormous, as are their athletic capabilities, unless they are compromised by environmental factors. Much can be done from a management standpoint to minimize dust and harmful particulates in a horse’s environment while maximizing athletic function and general comfort in the process.

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EC TV- How to Band a Horse’s Mane

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EC TV- How to Band a Horse’s Mane

Watch as professional bander, Cameron Van Sickle, provides a tutorial for how to band a horse’s mane for the show pen. Click on the link below for his step-by-step instruction for perfectly placed bands.

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Does Your Dog Understand How You Feel After a Bad Ride? New Study Sheds Light

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Does Your Dog Understand How You Feel After a Bad Ride? New Study Sheds Light

“This suggests that dogs can acquire information from emotional expressions, infer some form of emotional state, and use this when making decisions. This is complex as they need to infer the emotional states of people from representations they have generated and stored in their memory and use it in a new context.”

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Annual UK Equine Career Fair to Showcase Industry Opportunities For College Students

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Annual UK Equine Career Fair to Showcase Industry Opportunities For College Students

By: Holly Wiemers University of Kentucky Ag Equine Programs will host a Career and Opportunity Fair at 5 p.m. EDT Sept. 29 in the UK Student Center Ballrooms. The annual event is free and open to all current and future college students who are interested in learning more about the myriad of professional opportunities that exist in the […]

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Detomidine For Reducing Fireworks Anxiety in Horses

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Detomidine For Reducing Fireworks Anxiety in Horses

Detomidine gel could be a useful tool to alleviate horse’s anxiety during fireworks according to a recent study.

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Champion Equestrians Are Choosing Clarkson University Online

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Champion Equestrians Are Choosing Clarkson University Online

“The courses are designed for those looking to expand their knowledge of the equestrian industry and how to best manage their hobbies, business and approach to our sport,” explained professor Piper Klemm, Ph.D., who teaches all three of the available courses.

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