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New Report from Blue Ribbon Study Panel on Biodefense finds animal agriculture increasingly threatened – Calls for immediate action more

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As another record breaking hurricane barrels down on the United States, the Kentucky Horse Council is again working with equine groups to aid horses in those affected areas. more

Important tips to prepare your barn and horses before a hurricane Animal Identification more

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The American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) Foundation will host the 12th International Equine Colic Research Symposium, July 18-20, 2017, in Lexington, Ky., at the Hyatt Regency Hotel. more

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Over the past few years, the OIE has developed a number of activities to foster improved interaction with interested stakeholders through Public-Private Partnerships more

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Brooke USA

When working horses and donkeys carry heavy loads to market for several hours over many miles in Ethiopia, they are often tethered in the hot African sun all day, with their tongues/jaws tied down. more

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Great progress has been made, in Koch’s lab, by PhD student Sarah Lepage, in collaboration with Dr. Rita Kandel from the University of Toronto. They are putting together a protocol for making tissue engineered cartilage constructs more

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Langley Equine Studies Massage College in WA is an approved equine massage college that offers a full 300 hour on-campus, supervised one on one class in Eastern Washington more

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CSU’s Equine Sciences over the years and his donation of a gift card toward a custom-made hat from the famous Greeley Hat Works has been a great help to our program more

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EQUITANA, known as the “Equestrian Sports World Fair” opened its doors for the 23rd time in Essen, Germany more

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The EQUUS Film Festival is now open for 2017 submissions on Film Freeway. Submit early to get the Early Bird discount. more

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University of Kentucky plant breeder Tim Phillips has developed a new tall fescue variety that is nontoxic to grazing animals. more

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Missoula, Montana has been home to the EQUUS INTERNATIONAL Film Festival® since its launch in 2011 and returns this September 15-17 again under the umbrella of Horse Haven Montana more

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The most spectacular scenes in the live-action remake of Disney's Beauty and the Beast feature stunning horses and a variety of carriages. There are many breeds and crossbreds represented and each horse is turned out to perfection. more

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Equine practitioners can invest in practical veterinary knowledge in diverse areas of equine medicine through a slate of continuing education events in 2017, sponsored by the American Association of Equine Practitioners. more

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Road to the Horse 2017 was created in dedication of the cowgirl. “We may have started out to celebrate the cowgirl but what we created was the most inspirational and most exciting Road to the Horse fans have ever seen” stated Tootie Bland more

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New Exhibition at the National Sporting Library & Museum more

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Rivers Edge Horse Rescue Sanctuary to Recognize Autism Awareness Month During ASPCA Help A Horse Day Celebration on April 23rd more

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    Colorado State University

    Pony new hoof

    Veterinary student Jessica Carie and Dr. Laurie Goodrich lead Shine on his first outdoor jaunt at Colorado State University’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital. Credit: Colorado State University Photography.

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