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State officials: Equine herpesvirus may have spread to four Colorado counties
By Bill Jacksonbjackson@greeleytribune.comSix additional horses in Weld and three other counties are showing signs of equine herpesvirus &mdash; EHV-1 &mdash; according to the Colorado Department of Agriculture. Colorado State University on Monday...
May 17, 2011
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IMPORTANT! Equine Herpes Myeloencephalopathy Outbreak!
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May 16, 2011
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Heart Attacks and Heart Disease in Horses
The cardiovascular system, which is composed of the heart and blood vessels, is essential for the distribution of oxygen, nutrients, and other critical components to all organs throughout the horse&rsquo;s body. As the heart is the sole pump for the c...
April 02, 2011
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Water Quality Testing
Providing horses a continuous supply of clean water is part of the foundation of good husbandry. Several different sources of water might be found on a horse farm: ponds, streams, lakes, and automatic waterers or troughs supplied by well water or city wat...
April 02, 2011
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The Obesity Problem - Horse Owners' Misconceptions About What, When And How Much To Feed Are Behind This Pervasive Situation
By Jessica TremayneVeterinary Practice NewsMarch 2011 issueEquine nutritional problems are often the fault of horse owners who dole out improper ration sizes or oversupplement, experts say. These practices, experts say, are opposite of how a horse&rs...
March 14, 2011
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