Citrus pulp described as a safe energy source.
Muzzle decreased forage consumption by an average of 30% during four hours of grazing.
Cortisol levels and heart rate should not be assessed in isolation.
Horses in study to be monitored for another two years and receive booster shots.
Unfavorable growing conditions caused by extreme weather may be a factor.
Research in Africa provides evidence around transmission.
Glanders, considered a bioterrorism threat, has regained the status of a re-emerging disease.
Researchers urged to focus on early detection and prevention.
Researchers assess 20 cases of liver injury from horse accidents.
“I’m living my dream,” says Sarah Medill.
Ultrasound advance able to provide more information on tendon damage.
Challenge to race-day use of furosemide.
Virus overwinters in female midges, researchers find.
Significant rise of a stress hormone triggered in study by hyperflexion.
Collars cited as useful tool for monitoring horses without health risk.
Report addresses multidisciplinary issues.
“We are very excited about these results,” says parasitologist.
Major reductions in hay waste shown in American study.
Soothing or harsh tones made no difference in performance of stressful task, scientists found.