In this third part of our fall equine deworming series, we look at what parasites to worry about and what products work best.
Horse owners should consider environmental parasite control and geographic influences when developing a deworming plan.
If an equine athlete's diet is high in energy with less protein, then supplemental amino acids might be needed.
Multiple viral diseases are carried by mosquitoes to horses and humans.
You need to use several types of insect control to keep your horses comfortable during flying pest seasons.
Midges and flies are not only irritants, but they can carry diseases to your horses.
Timing of vaccinations and boosters can better protect horses that travel to events.
Here are tips on creating a survey to garner insights into what your riding lesson students and boarding clients really think.
There are many reasons why horse owners and stable managers change professional service providers, but do so in a courteous and professional manner.
You have an important job when handling a horse for a vet or farrier: protect yourself, the professional and the horse from harm.