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A Scratch for Every Itch – Equine Skin Allergies

A Scratch for Every Itch – Equine Skin Allergies

by Amy Young, UCD Center for Equine Health Horses scratch for many reasons. They scratch themselves on fences, rub up against posts (and sometimes people), roll on the ground, and groom each other. A natural behavior usually linked to social bonding, comfort, and relaxation, it can be heightened seasonally by shedding, sweating, or the presence of insects. […]

Effect of Blue Light on Pregnancy Outcomes

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Effect of Blue Light on Pregnancy Outcomes

By Mark Andrews, Equine Science Update It has been known for a long time that changing daylength influences equine reproduction. The natural breeding season for horses occurs during the brighter months of the year (April onwards in the northern hemisphere). This presents a challenge for breeders that require foals to be born early in the year, […]

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PulseVet Designated as the Official Shock Wave Therapy of AQHA

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PulseVet Designated as the Official Shock Wave Therapy of AQHA

“PulseVet has a standout reputation for quality, innovation and thorough research, and AQHA is proud to associate with a partner of this caliber,” said Patty Tiberg, AQHA chief marketing and business development officer.  “AQHA is pleased to join efforts with a company that supports the Association’s mission to maintain the integrity of the breed and welfare of its horses.”

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Avoid the Mess- Hoof Black Tips and Tricks

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Avoid the Mess- Hoof Black Tips and Tricks

“After applying, I have a spray bottle with water, and I mist the hoof. Voila. It’s dry. The water beads up on the polish, and it’s dry almost instantly. It’s an old school Halter horse trick. I can’t take credit. I learned it from my youth days from a Halter trainer.”

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April Dubbed Vaccination Education Month by Equine Guelph

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April Dubbed Vaccination Education Month by Equine Guelph

Jackie Bellamy-Zions, Equine Guelph Just one horse with an infectious disease diagnosis can close a stable or event facility.  Vaccination is the best way to lower risk of loss of use, high treatment costs and unnecessary suffering for the horse.  Tailoring your annual immunization plan to each equid in your care is the best way […]

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2022 Horse Management Seminar Recordings- Nutrition, Genetics, Medicine, and More

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2022 Horse Management Seminar Recordings- Nutrition, Genetics, Medicine, and More

“These experts have been able to join us from their offices in places like Florida or Kentucky, bringing with them an expertise in topics such as equine rehabilitation, genomics, and rotational grazing.” 

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The Foundation for the Horse Accepting Grant Proposals from Emerging Equine Researchers

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The Foundation for the Horse Accepting Grant Proposals from Emerging Equine Researchers

The Foundation for the Horse is accepting research grant proposals from up-and-coming equine researchers, including AAEP-member graduate students, fellows, and residents, for up to $20,000 in funding for the study of key diseases and disorders affecting equine health. In the program’s first three years, The Foundation has awarded a cumulative $326,398 to fund 17 projects at seven universities and institutions in support of exceptional science conducted by 15 emerging researchers.

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UF Veterinary College Appoints Two Associate Deans

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UF Veterinary College Appoints Two Associate Deans

A board-certified large animal medicine specialist, Sanchez’s specific interests include gastrointestinal diseases and neonatology. She heads the UF Hofmann Equine Neonatology Intensive Care Unit and her research in the area of gastric ulcerations in foals has changed the therapeutic approach in clinical care.
 

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Hens and Horses- Can They Coexist?

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Hens and Horses- Can They Coexist?

Horse owners can find multiple benefits in adding chickens to their operation. Not only are they fun to watch, but the chickens can serve a purpose!

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Rethinking the Horse Business 2022 – Succeeding in a Changed World

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Rethinking the Horse Business 2022 – Succeeding in a Changed World

“Rethinking the Horse Business” covers essential information about how the economy, horse industry trends, and the digital media marketplace are affecting horse business owners. Horse professionals will gain important insights and strategies to help them succeed in the current business climate and beyond.

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