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A Volunteers View

Story submitted by Equine WellBeing Rescue Volunteer. What it means to be a horse rescue volunteer Most of the stories I have read have been by the rescue about a volunteer. I thought I would give a different perspective of what it means to me to be a horse rescue […]

Off the track thoroughbred takes on cattle at western clinic

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Adopted Thoroughbreds Try Cattle Sorting

Story submitted by Chelsey Burris Off-track Thoroughbreds are versatile. While they are becoming highly sought-after partners in many English disciplines, they are also becoming increasingly popular in Western sports. On May 8, three Friends of Ferdinand Inc. (FFI) graduates and one adoptable horse—Bisque, Is He Proud, Vindication Ally and Soy […]

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American Horse Council’s 2021 Annual Conference Declared a Huge Success!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  June 22 2021 American Horse Council  Contact AHC President: [email protected] By: Julie Broadway It’s a wrap! The AHC 2021 Virtual conference held June 14-18 was an overwhelming success. In addition to normal business matters and federal legislative and regulatory issues, this year the conference also featured a […]

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QUICK TIP: The Risk of Rabies Is Real for Horses

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For more information, contact: Adrienne McAleer Zoetis [email protected] 973-822-7145 Theresa Fitzgerald Bader Rutter [email protected] Minimize the threat of all equine core diseases with annual vaccination By Kevin Hankins, Senior Veterinarian, Equine Technical Services, Zoetis All horses are exposed to the five potentially fatal core diseases — West […]

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Is My Horse at Risk?

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Haygain News Media Contact: Kim F Miller [email protected] What do we know about the potential COVID-19 threat to and from horses, cats and dogs? Dr. David Marlin March 18, 2020. At the time of writing there have been 1,029 scientific papers published on COVID-19 – two papers […]

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New Wound Care Product Combines Manuka Honey and MicroSilver

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact Colleen Scott Signal Theory (formerly Sullivan Higdon & Sink) (816) 769-5210 Absorbine® Brings Silver Honey Rapid Wound Repair to Market EAST LONGMEADOW, Mass. (November 5, 2019) – Horse owners know, it’s not if their horses get hurt, it’s when. For such large, strong animals, horses […]

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Laminitis: A Year-Round Concern

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Haygain News Content Developer: Kim F Miller 949 293 1555/[email protected] by Becky James, BSc, MSc Despite a long-standing belief that laminitis is a spring-time disease, a recent study identified that there is no ‘safe’ season: laminitis remains a threat regardless of the time of year. The same […]

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Purina® Omolene® Horse Feed Now Provides Gastric Support

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE [email protected], 608-720-1782 Image(s) for download: https://www.dropbox.com/home/Purina%20Equine/09.05.19%20-%20Omolene%20PR Reformulation adds Outlast Gastric Support Supplement, for gastric care in every meal. Arden Hills, Minn. [Sept. 12, 2019] – Textured feeds, like the Purina Omolene line, provide wholesome nutrition horse owners love to see. What happens when you take a horse […]

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The Right Way to Dose Electrolytes

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Susan Libby, [email protected] Even mild dehydration can have an effect on performance. Once you know the basics, it’s not that difficult to supplement electrolytes correctly, but many people don’t know how – and the consequences may be taking more of a toll than is realized. Electrolytes […]

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The Real Cause of Pasture-Associated Laminitis (PAL)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 30, 2019 Contact: Nancy Collins 603-323-7469 Photo available upon request. Eleanor M. Kellon, VMD It isn’t fructan. It isn’t hind gut acidosis. Here’s the science: The American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) Laminitis Working Group did a four-year study with the goal of identifying laminitis risks. […]