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You come home after being gone for a few hours and your horses, who have been turned out on pasture all day, are found eating a large pile of lawn clippings near the fence line adjacent to the road. It appears that a passerby thought they were treating the horses by disposing of their excess grass in the pasture unaware of the serious potential risks this poses. What is the primary medical concern, and what treatments options may the vet recommend when they arrive at the farm?
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A list of livestock removal services, cremation services and cemeteries.
Colic is a condition of severe abdominal discomfort characterized by not eating, pawing, looking at the belly, lifting the lip up, and rolling/thrashing. SYMPTOMS Decreased or no appetite Depression or anxiety Pawing at ground Looking at sides Straining to urinate or...
Dr. Lewis explains the signs of heat stress and gives recommendations for keeping your horse cool during the hottest months of summer.
Please read this quick guide to the information that all horse owners should have at their barn, for quick reference by their veterinarian.
Learn more about the best items to have on-hand in case of an emergency with your horse.
What to do in case of an emergency with your horse.
This guide will help you recognize the most common of these dangerous plants. Keep your barn and pastures safe for your horses!