AN UNUSUAL CASE OF LYME DISEASE
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The language of horses
Four simple rules for preventing winter colic
Straighten up and ride right
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Another mystery lump
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The correlation was so strong that every study horse in the elite group could be identified by this specific heart measurement alone.
SURPRISING FINDINGS ABOUT SUPPORTING LIMB LAMINITIS
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BLANKET- SAVING STRATEGIES
WHAT CAN’T SLIDE
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Results from a single test can be deceptively low, especially if the horse has a chronic infection or hasn’t yet mounted a large- scale immune response.
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5 MYTHS AND MISUNDERSTANDINGS
M AT T E R S O F
Research shows that horses seem to prefer to drink warm water when it’s cold outside.
1. KEEP YOUR HORSE HYDRATED.
2. PROVIDE AS MUCH TURN OUT AS POSSIBLE.
3. FEED PLENTY OF FORAGE.
AVOID COSTLY DELAYS
4. BE VIGILANT WHEN STORMS ROLL IN.
AND RIDE RIGHT
The answer is that we have another muscular system also pulling on our frame. This is the viscera, a collection of the organs, including the heart, arteries, lungs and intestines.
Mf ort and Co jo y
There is wind and weather, art and science, and the endless tick-tock of biology. There is silence and solitude. And of course there are the horses.
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