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Recognizing early signs of laminitis and colic in horses - Tryon Daily Bulletin

Recognizing early signs of laminitis and colic in horses - Tryon Daily Bulletin | EQUINEC | Scoop.it
Recognizing early signs of laminitis and colic in horses
Tryon Daily Bulletin
At this time each year, it is important that horse owners pay particular attention to the grazing habits of their herd.
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Management of Drought-Stressed Hay Fields | Equinews

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“Management of drought-stressed hay fields l KY Equine Research http://t.co/Cq8h3bT6UK”;
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'Low-Density' Genotyping Could Benefit Owners, Researchers - TheHorse.com

'Low-Density' Genotyping Could Benefit Owners, Researchers - TheHorse.com | EQUINEC | Scoop.it
“One research group says low-density genotyping could lead to a better understanding of diseases and disease processes.”
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Fear in Horses

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“Learn about what horses experience when they feel afraid and how to manage their fear reactions. (Fear in Horses http://t.co/mGlqDIuLoc)”
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When is hay at its best? [H&H VIP]

When is hay at its best? [H&H VIP] | EQUINEC | Scoop.it
“The question of how long to wait before feeding freshly-baled hay always provokes debate among horse owners. Some believe that you should leave hay to “settle” for at least six weeks.”
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Scientists describe rare parasitic infection in horse - Horsetalk

“Scientists describe rare parasitic infection in horse Horsetalk Several studies suggested that penetration of mucosal membranes or the skin was the most likely port of entry.”
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Inside the horse's mouth - Horsetalk

“Evolution has designed the horse's skull to accommodate greater quantities of high-fiber forage foods.”
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Pythiosis: An Emerging Oomycetic Disease of Humans and Animals - International Journal of Livestock Research - ScopeMed.org - Online Journal Management System

Pythiosis: An Emerging Oomycetic Disease of Humans and Animals - International Journal of Livestock Research - ScopeMed.org - Online Journal Management System | EQUINEC | Scoop.it
“Pythiosis: An Emerging Oomycetic Disease of Humans and Animals http://t.co/smVBWwNcHK Equine https://t.co/WbVu9UgrsV #OneHealth”
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Research and Markets: Equine Encephalitis - Pipeline Review, H2 2014 | Business Wire

Research and Markets: Equine Encephalitis - Pipeline Review, H2 2014 | Business Wire | EQUINEC | Scoop.it
“Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/fcxw9g/equine) has announced the addition of the "Equine Encephalitis - Pipeline”
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Lameness Lab #1: Is this horse lame? Training your eye to see lameness by Equine Guelph - YouTube

“Early detection and treatment of lameness is the best course of action to help maintain a horses' soundness throughout its lifetime. For a review on how to d...”
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“Blood flow is a crucial part to having a healthy hoof and a healthy horse! THE #Equine #Edge uses Nitric Oxide Technology which helps to increase blood flow.”
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Is the Hoof Smart? Adaptability of the Equine Foot

Is the Hoof Smart? Adaptability of the Equine Foot | EQUINEC | Scoop.it
“Dr. Debra Taylor describes the visual exam of a healthy hoof and how feet can change in response to external factors.”
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Genomics' Contribution to EVA Research and Beyond - TheHorse.com

Genomics' Contribution to EVA Research and Beyond - TheHorse.com | EQUINEC | Scoop.it
“Learn how genomics has impacted researchers' understanding of health conditions such as equine viral arteritis, or EVA.”
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Part IV: Equine lameness involving back, neck, shoulders - Coldwater Daily Reporter

Part IV: Equine lameness involving back, neck, shoulders - Coldwater Daily Reporter | EQUINEC | Scoop.it
“If lameness has not been discovered in either the hooves or legs, examination will move to the back, shoulders, neck, and pelvis.Tack fit issues should be”
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9 top tips for first-time trailer towing

9 top tips for first-time trailer towing | EQUINEC | Scoop.it
“The prospect of hitching up, reversing a trailer and the fear of a breakdown can be enough to bring first-time towers out in a cold sweat. Andrea Oakes helps banish those trailer-driving demons with some top tips1.”
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Dr. Ty Corbiell sur Twitter : "Osteochondritis Dissecans of the equine stifle. Very large subchondral bone cyst. #lameness #horse #vet http://t.co/wp4UKt1NY4"

Dr. Ty Corbiell sur Twitter : "Osteochondritis Dissecans of the equine stifle. Very large subchondral bone cyst. #lameness #horse #vet http://t.co/wp4UKt1NY4" | EQUINEC | Scoop.it
“Osteochondritis Dissecans of the equine stifle. Very large subchondral bone cyst. #lameness #horse #vet http://t.co/wp4UKt1NY4”;
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Long-Term Vision Possible After Equine Cataract Surgery

Long-Term Vision Possible After Equine Cataract Surgery | EQUINEC | Scoop.it
“More than 25% of horses that undergo one type of cataract surgery are still visual two years later, researchers found.”
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re: Accepting Arthritis in Aging Horses

re: Accepting Arthritis in Aging Horses | EQUINEC | Scoop.it
“I have an 8 yo TWH mare, who gave birth to her first filly 8 weeks ago today. A few years ago, before I owned her, she suffered a kick from another horse in the right front knee and had a hairline fracture.”
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Fractures: Beyond the Limbs - TheHorse.com

Fractures: Beyond the Limbs - TheHorse.com | EQUINEC | Scoop.it
“They might be less common than limb fractures, but skull, rib, pelvis, and withers fractures are no less important.”
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re: Senior Horse Care Tips and Tricks

re: Senior Horse Care Tips and Tricks | EQUINEC | Scoop.it
“1. know your horse 2. regular vet visits and routine care 3. limit stall-time, allow safe herd-time My 31yo TB mare was my first horse, at 8 yrs. old. We have walked, cantered and galloped miles and miles of hills, canyons and trails.”
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Patricia Pence – Equine Dentistry – 2002 | Empery Store

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Lameness Lab #2: Is This Horse Lame? Training Your Eye to See Lameness By Equine Guelph

Lameness Lab #2: Is This Horse Lame? Training Your Eye to See Lameness By Equine Guelph | EQUINEC | Scoop.it
“Early detection and treatment of lameness is the best course of action to help maintain a horses' soundness throughout its lifetime. For a review on how to de…”
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Baxter – Manual of Equine Lameness – 2011 | Empery Store

“New Application Posted.Please Free download, Baxter – Manual of Equine Lameness – 2011 http://t.co/jaWjRodW9N #book”
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Horse Calmer | Colic in Horses | Equine Ulcers

Horse Calmer | Colic in Horses | Equine Ulcers | EQUINEC | Scoop.it
“Our powerful products include a Horse Calmer, helping Colic in Horses and treating Equine Ulcers. Completely natural and proven products used by top trainers around the world.”
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