According to the Colorado Department of Agriculture, the State Veterinarian’s office has released a number of quarantine and hold orders associated with the recent spread of Equine Herpesvirus (EHV-1) in the state. The disease is considered contained within Colorado, and no new cases have been confirmed since May 20, 2011.
Electrolytes should be an essential part of every barrel racer’s program, whether you’re a weekend warrior or a more serious competitor.
With the recent outbreak of EHV-1, horse owners have been reminded to update themselves on proper biosecurity measures.
Veterinarian Chris Morrow explains how good hoof maintenance can improve your horse’s health and performance.
NATIONAL UPDATE – Thursday, June 2 The U.S. Department of Agriculture, APHIS, Veterinary Services has released a new report updated the status of the EHV-1 outbreak. Click here…
EHV-1 Updates Colorado Update The Colorado Department of Agriculture continues to investigate the spread of Equine Herpesvirus (EHV-1) in the state. As of 5/19/2011, 1pm: 8 confirmed cases…
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Sometimes the difference between an emergency and a minor incident is a simple first aid kit. Every horse owner should have one—one in the barn and one in the trailer preferably.
Here are some of basic items you should have on hand for emergencies.
Triple Crown Nutrition Vice President of Sales and Marketing Eric Haydt and Lu Morris, a sales representative for TDI Horse Feeds, share six suggestions to help you choose the healthiest and most efficient feed for your horse.