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Feeding Horses After Colic Episodes

In general terms, colic refers to pain or discomfort in a horse’s abdominal region. Most horsemen are aware of the common signs of colic, which may include feed refusal, pawing, rolling,...



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Second Phase of USDA's Equine 2015 Study Delayed by Bird Flu Outbreak

The US Department of Agriculture's "Equine 2015 Study" that began in May will be delayed by the outbreak of HPAI, "bird flu," which has been described as the largest animal-health emergency ever faced...



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How Can I Achieve Suppleness on the Left Rein?

Horses, like humans, usually favor one side of their body over the other. As we are more comfortable on either the left or right, so our equine counterparts can be stiffer on one side than the other. Generally, the stiff side is, as you mentioned, clamped or rigid in the jaw and feels inflexible and unyielding.



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