horse health

New guidelines for prevention identification and control of equine Glanders Read more

In The News

25 Senate cosponsors, would take a tangible stride toward protecting American racehorses through the establishment of a national, uniform standard for drugs and medication in horse racing. Read more

In The News

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Horses can experience stress from a variety of sources including forage restriction, loss of a buddy, isolation, travel, unfamiliar environments, as well as excessive training. Read more

Equine Wellness

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Research team investigated three different noseband designs and their effect on rein tension and the force being exerted on the frontal nasal plane of horses whilst being ridden. Read more

Equine Wellness

There are many ways to feed herbs to animals. What's best depends partly on the species, and quite a bit on the herb itself. Read more

Equine Wellness

Calendula flower

Andrea Baldwin

Calendula, Calendula officinalis, is a happy plant that shares its delightful golden yellow blooms throughout the summer months. Read more

Equine Wellness

December 13, National Day of the Horse, give to your favorite equine organization. Read more

In The News

The Equine Disease Communication Center (EDCC) has launched a mobile app version of its online information system to make real-time alerts for infectious diseases available for all parts of the horse industry on your smart phone. Read more

In The News

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The ASPCA “Teaming Up to Hoof It Home” grant highlights increased capacity and partnership in the equine welfare community that makes critical equine re-locations possible Read more

In The News

Survey about indoor arenas in partnership with UK’s College of Public Health and facility design experts within the College of Agriculture, Food and Environment. Read more

In The News


Docs Hemp

Hemp is all the buzz these days, and for good reason. It's a plant with literally thousands of uses. It can be used for everything from clothing to fuel to paper—and many things in between. Read more

Equine Wellness

Equine behavioural and physiological responses to rider weight increases Read more

Equine Wellness

Sickness Prevention in Horses This Fall Fair Season Read more

Typical IR Horse

Dr. Frank Reily

Chinese Medicine or TCM approach to the treatment of METABOLIC SYNDROME AND INSULIN RESISTANCE Read more

Equine Wellness

What You Need to Know about GMO's and Glyphosates and their affects for Your Horse’s Health Read more

Equine Wellness

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Water is the number one nutrient fed to any animal, and it is the most often overlooked nutrient in any species’ nutritional program Read more

Equine Wellness

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Leading Multi-Species Nutritional Performance Supplement Helping Animals Since 1929 Read more

Top Products

Tendons and ligaments are specialized forms of connective tissue.  Tendons connect muscle to bone.  Ligaments are anchored on the bone at both ends.  Both are composed of interwoven strands of type I collagen protein in a structure much like a rope. Read more


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    Tail swithcing

    The tail is swishing repeatedly and the eyelids are closed.

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    lameness exam

    Dyson watches horse trot

  • Horse tossing his head


    Horse tossing his head

    1.The head is tilted with the poll to the left and the nose to the right. The ears are rotated backwards behind the vertical and were for 5 seconds. The horse kept swinging the head from left to right

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    Cushing horse

  • Glyphosates and Bee


    Glyphosates and Bee

    Photo of a flower a bee and the chemical GMO

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