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Deworming horses with Cushing's disease
Are horses with Cushing's disease (pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction ; PPID) more susceptible to worms? If so, they may need special consideration when developing strategies for controlling internal parasites.A study at Oklahoma State University looke...
May 27, 2010
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How to handle common foaling complications and injuries
What can go wrongMay 1, 2010By: Ed Kane, PhDDVM NEWSMAGAZINESeveral foaling complication sequelae might arise. Dystocia, retained placenta and periparturient hemorrhage are the most common and potentially most life-threatening complications for the mare o...
May 25, 2010
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How does pasture cause lamintis?
Fructans and starch are not responsible for most cases of laminitis, Dr Teresa Hollands told delegates at the Laminitis Awareness 2010 seminar.Most cases of laminitis occur when horses are eating grass. Pasture associated laminitis accounts for 66% of cas...
April 29, 2010
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RETIRED FEMALE JOCKEY LEGENDS RACE.
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April 12, 2010
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Equestrian Vaulting Gains Fans in the Northeast
Horse vaulting, essentially gymnastics on horseback, is gaining more attention on the East Coast.
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March 25, 2010
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