Read about the latest research on housing stallions and tips for maximizing your stallion's health, security, and well-being.
Dr. Regina Turner recaps research on endometritis, factors affecting pregnancy rates, treating placentitis, and more.
The TIP also announced its 12 participants in the its 2018 Youth Ambassador Program.
Thoroughbred aftercare organizations interested in applying for TAA accreditation must do so by 6:00 p.m. EST on Apr. 15.
Horses that developed salmonellosis following colic surgery and survived to discharge did as well as those that did not develop salmonellosis.
The UHC has partnered with MicrochipID Equine to provide the microchips for Operation Gelding participants.
The advocates hope to prevent the U.S. Army from gathering and selling horses residing near Ft. Polk until a lawsuit regarding the animals is resolved.
On average it took horses about 30% longer to eat from both slow feeders compared to the ground, researchers found.
Dr. Elizabeth Santschi recaps research on hock injections, nerve blocks, castration, osteochondral lesions, and more.
Is the sugar content in beet pulp too high for some horses? Read an equine nutritionist's answer.