by Kristy Kepley-Steward as published on Channel 13 WOLS In a press release, SLED confirms, animal tracks consistent with hogs, video evidence and the sighting of boars in the area support the conclusion… POLK COUNTY, N.C. (WLOS) — Authorities now say five of six horses injured or killed […]
This is an older article (I think I need new glasses) but still has interesting information. – Debbie 5 cloned foals (photo: Texas A & M) SOURCE: THE HORSE Equine Cloning: Where are we today? By Christy M. West “Five years ago, presenting ‘A Review of Cloning’ […]
photo by Carol Walker SOURCE: SCIENCE DAILY Summary: Although seasonal effects such as reduced metabolic activity in winter are known even in domesticated horse breeds, effects on pregnant mares and their foals have not been investigated. Researchers have now demonstrated that seasonal changes have a strong influence on […]
“This feel good Sunday is a small departure from what we normally on this day every week. Historically we attempt to consistently come up with some sort of information, news, article or video to make you, the reader, feel a little better and to give you a break from the worries of the week. Instead, on this Feel Good Sunday we are attempting to give you a file drawer full of information to make your equine companion feel good each and everyday so that as end result, you BOTH feel good.
Many thanks to our volunteer Geraldine Bray for compiling this extensive list of online information for your review and perusal. We have many kind folks who contribute posts, here, such as Debbie Coffey, Carol Walker, Grandma Gregg, Louie C, Lisa Leblanc, Vicki Tobin and many others including all of the readers who contribute through commenting, but as of late Geraldine has been sweating over the keyboard and researching articles that she believes will bring value to our readership and aide in keeping everyone informed of the issues facing our American equines be they domestic or wild.
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It is my most sincere wish that this effort, today, brings you value and helps make your life with your equine companions more enjoyable, healthy and rewarding. But above all, don’t forget to give your four legged friends a big hug, today. Life is short and they bring so much joy to each and every day…never forget that. Thanks Geri and keep the faith, my friends.” ~ R.T.
With our thoughts on the holidays, family and friends let us not forget our kind companions that grace the pastures behind our homes; it is essential that we stay focused on the health, safety and welfare of not only our wild equine brothers and sisters but also our […]
Submitted by Nancy Parker “When choosing feed for your horse, there are plenty of things you need to keep in mind, from the horse’s age and activity level to any health problems that are currently plaguing the animal. And that is why the Animal Health Company decided to […]
Source: Inside Edition “13 horses have died so far, caused by feed contaminated with monensin, an additive used in cattle feed, but is deadly to horses…” Fifty horses have been poisoned by contaminated feed at a California stable. Many of them are dying in agonizing seizures that have […]
An Australian horse struck down with a bout of potentially deadly colic was saved after drinking beer, according to Australian News agencies.
Horse owners as well as individuals in the equine industry give this equine anatomy course a “thumbs up.” Registrants from all over the world are enjoying the opportunity to participate in the course which covers veterinary terminology as well as the equine skeleton and muscles.
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