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To help you better understand vaccines' importance, how and why they protect horses, and the impact of wellness exams on horse health, we've compiled a list of 10 important resources available to horse owners free on TheHorse.com. Sponsored by Merck Animal Health. The post 10 Horse Vaccination Resources on TheHorse.com appeared first on The Horse.
Researchers at North Carolina State University have developed a PRP lysate that, when teamed with antibiotics, can eradicate bacterial biofilms common in joint infections. The post New Therapy Could Combat Persistent Joint Infections in Horses appeared first on The Horse.
Find out how to recognize when a horse is at risk of developing EMS-related laminitis and what you can do to either prevent or manage it so he stays sound. The post Hoof Care for EMS Horses appeared first on The Horse.
The African horse sickness (AHS) outbreak in Thailand has nearly quadrupled in a little more than a week, reaching 154 deaths and a fatality rate of 94% in horses showing clinical signs. The post African Horse Sickness Cases in Thailand Quadruple appeared first on The Horse.
Managing parasites and preventing worm-related disease in horses is a complex topic. Learn why fecal egg counts are important and how to identify which anthelmintic (deworming) treatments are effective on your farm. The post Risk and Reality: Horse Parasite Control and Anthelmintic Resistance appeared first on The Horse.
Research shows equine influenza vaccines and vaccination practices must evolve to keep up with changing flu strains. The post Protecting Horses Against the Growing Flu Threat appeared first on The Horse.