Soreness in your horse's sacroiliac area is a pain in the croup.
Reports of Lyme disease in horses are on the rise. Here's what you need to know.
Eco-friendly solutions can help manage manure on your farm through horse manure composting, spreading horse manure and more.
Flood, fire, windstorm?what would happen to your horse? Take steps now to ensure his safety with a horse disaster plan.
The latest in how and why the destructive disease laminitis develops and immediate and long-term treatment options
Here are some helpful hints on how to store hay for the winter. From Horse & Rider magazine
Stumbling in horses is serious business. Here's advice from a veterinarian and a trainer on dealing with this dangerous problem.
Recognizing the signs of equine neurological disorders and starting treatment early will give your horse his best chance of recovery from these diseases.
Find out whether your horse is at risk for one of these sideliners, such as suspensory ligament and deep digital flexor tendon injuries, and what you can do about them.
Wear and tear can break down these critical joints. Here are the latest targeted treatment options to avoid hock problems in horses.
Sweat is a good thing in horses. It's when they don't sweat that you need to be most concerned. Find out the dangers of anhidrosis and what you can do about it.
These options, including hay cubes and chopped forage, will help you stretch your hay supply. From Practical Horseman magazine.
Whether you own a barn or board your horse, here are 39 green horsekeeping tips you can do to help leave the world a better place.
Whether you own a barn or board your horse, here are 39 green horsekeeping tips you can do to help leave the world a better place. By Elaine Pascoe for Practical Horseman magazine.
Headshaking syndrome can end your horse's career. Can anything be done?
If you're considering donating a horse, consider the following tax tips when seeking a deduction.