The Equine Welfare Data Collective Report analyzes data from equine welfare organizations across the United States and Puerto Rico.
Making preparations ahead of time will improve the chances of both you and your horse surviving a hurricane, tornado or other natural disaster
Experience what hundreds of students have discovered at Monty Roberts International Learning Center and return home with a better understanding of your equine companion.
In a heartfelt effort to support fellow horse enthusiasts, Michigan State University Extension Equine Team has put together a Summer Horse Care Series offered FREE of charge during 2020.
Understanding what happens in the case of fear of either horse of human, helps us deal with the situation appropriately while preserving the welfare of both horse and rider.
Join the AHC for a must-see webinar on August 17, 2020 at 1:00 PM ET featuring a panel of experts from television and film who are masters at captivating the public with horses!
Even inadvertently, horse barn owners regularly make poor choices when it comes to vaccination protocols and introductions of new horses to the barn family.
While the first episodes are focusing on horses, crimes against other species of animal will be explored, such as the decapitation of seals, cattle rustling and the issue of dog fighting rings.
Continuing education offering from the AAEP for veterinarians will furnish diagnostic, therapeutic and rehabilitative strategies critical to clinical success of difficult performance-related cases.
When the noise of fireworks is sudden and loud, the consequences for a horse can be catastrophic.