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UC Davis Adds New Equine Surgeon

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UC Davis Adds New Equine Surgeon

His research interests include racehorse injury prevention, diagnosis and management of dynamic upper respiratory obstruction, and gastrointestinal surgery.

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Worms! Survey Shows More Than 1/3 of Horse Owners Don’t Conduct FWEC on Horses

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Worms! Survey Shows More Than 1/3 of Horse Owners Don’t Conduct FWEC on Horses

In mature horses, a faecal worm egg count should be carried out every six to eight weeks during May to September to identify those that need dosing for redworm and those that don’t.

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Fire Safety on the Farm, Reduce Your Risk

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Fire Safety on the Farm, Reduce Your Risk

Electrical malfunctions are a primary ignition source for many fires including barns, advises Snyder. “Farm buildings can be at an increased risk because of the corrosive environment found in livestock barns,” he says. “This causes corrosion of exposed metal components [such as wires, connections, etc.], which creates increased resistance and heat at wiring connections.”

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Stay Informed With Outbreak Alert Equine Disease Monitoring System Via Text or E-Mail

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Stay Informed With Outbreak Alert Equine Disease Monitoring System Via Text or E-Mail

Texts and/or e-mail messages are sent to alert horse owners of confirmed cases. Anyone can sign up to receive these alerts and those who travel with their horses can enter multiple ZIP codes in the site’s search field to help them stay abreast of disease threats throughout the country.

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Learn How to Protect Your Horse From EHM (Equine Herpesvirus Myeloencephalopathy)

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Learn How to Protect Your Horse From EHM (Equine Herpesvirus Myeloencephalopathy)

Tip #3 Isolate and closely monitor horses that are returning from a show, trail ride or competition for a minimum of 14 days.

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Leading Vets Gather For International Conference on Equine Exercise Physiology

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Leading Vets Gather For International Conference on Equine Exercise Physiology

ICEEP’s extensive, five-day program will commence with Professor Warwick Bayly discussing applied exercise physiology, followed by Drs Emmeline Hill and Des Leadon on the genetics of equine performance. On day two Professor Ray Geor will discuss recent advances in the nutrition of the athletic horse and Jose Rivero will explore progress in understanding skeletal muscle design and adaptability of equine athletes.

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Horses Owners Urged to Vaccinate NOW Against West Nile Virus

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Horses Owners Urged to Vaccinate NOW Against West Nile Virus

Horse owners who have vaccinated their horses against eastern equine encephalitis (EEE), western equine encephalitis (WEE), and Venezuelan equine encephalitis (VEE) still need to get their horses vaccinated for WNV, as these are different viruses and those vaccinations do not provide cross protection.

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Hurricane Season is Here… Are Your Horses Prepared?

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Hurricane Season is Here… Are Your Horses Prepared?

Tip #3- If you need to evacuate your horses, find several locations where the animals could be taken NOW and outline several routes to get to them. Make arrangements in advance with the owner/operators.

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Troy Compton, Leonard Berryhill, Tim Kimura Among Clinicians to Appear at Western States Horse Expo

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Troy Compton, Leonard Berryhill, Tim Kimura Among Clinicians to Appear at Western States Horse Expo

Troy Compton, a World and Congress Champion in West Pleasure, and Leonard Berryhill, Multi-AQHA and Palomino World Champion professional horseman, trainer and judge who has competed in multi-disciplines from tie-down roping to western pleasure, will appear together for the first time at the Expo demonstrating techniques of building a western pleasure horse that can develop into an all around performance horse.

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Genetic Test Kits From AQHA Now Available Online

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Genetic Test Kits From AQHA Now Available Online

Beginning with the 2014 breeding season, all stallions breeding 25 or more mares are required to have the five-panel disease test results on file, per Rule REG108.5 in the 2014 AQHA Official Handbook of Rules and Regulations. In 2015, all breeding stallions must be tested.

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