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Identifying Equine Neglect. Everyone has a different mental picture of how a skinny horse looks, acts, and appears. Often the easiest way to determine if a horse needs to be investigated by authorities is to determine his or her body condition score using the Henneke Scale.

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Posted: (3 days ago) Chapter 10: Young Turk. Tyler Young pulled into the company parking lot, killing the ignition and sitting for a moment, lost in thought. Hard to believe it had been more than two decades since his Dad died and Tyler took the helm at the age of 27.

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Posted: (3 days ago) Identifying Equine Neglect. Everyone has a different mental picture of how a skinny horse looks, acts, and appears. Often the easiest way to determine if a horse needs to be investigated by authorities is to determine his or her body condition score using the Henneke Scale.

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Excessive Urination - Expert advice on horse care and ...

Posted: (4 days ago) Diabetes mellitus is sugar diabetes, and high blood sugar will make a horse urinate excessively. However, when the kidney doesn’t concentrate the urine normally, the horse could have diabetes insipidus, which occurs either because the brain isn’t producing normal amounts of a hormone called ADH - the antidiuretic hormone also known as vasopressin - or because the kidneys don’t respond to ...

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Horses in Cold Weather - Expert advice on horse care and ...

Posted: (3 days ago) Answer: Horses are much better adapted to the cold weather than we give them credit for. They grow an excellent winter coat that insulates them and keeps them warm and dry down to the skin. However, there are some factors to take into consideration when deciding how to manage our horses in the winter.

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Coffin Bone Fracture - Expert advice on horse care and ...

Posted: (3 days ago) Fracture management techniques vary tremendously depending on the type of fracture, owner capabilities (including finances, time commitment, and facilities,) and other factors such as the age of the horse and additional physical problems.

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We Like Pure, Wet Psyllium - Expert advice on horse care ...

Posted: (4 days ago) Psyllium is the active ingredient in the human product Metamucil. it's primarily used for constipation prevention and release. Because humans have a much shorter large intestine and more limited ability to ferment fiber, psyllium results in a softer and more bulky stool because the mucilage holds water and is excreted largely intact.

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Watch The Knees - Expert advice on horse care and horse riding

Posted: (4 days ago) The most common problem you may encounter is the creation of an inflammation in the growth plate. Note: You can also have damage to the knee joint, but that’s a separate issue over the growth plate being open or closed.

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Feeding Hay Cubes - Expert advice on horse care and horse ...

Posted: (3 days ago) Evaluate the quality of cubes in much the same way you do hays. They should have a nice green color and a fresh, appealing aroma. Some cubes are harder and more densely packed than others, so you may need to check the products of different manufacturers to find one your horse accepts well.

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Test For Liver Disease - Expert advice on horse care and ...

Posted: (4 days ago) Blood chemistry results can be extremely helpful in zeroing in on medical problems, but they often aren’t clear cut. One of the most common findings is elevation in enzymes that could have come from the liver, but this doesn’t always mean the horse has liver disease.

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Living With Chronic Lyme - Expert advice on horse care and ...

Posted: (4 days ago) When diagnosed and treated in the early stages, Lyme disease is actually easily curable. Unfortunately, usually by the time most horses are definitely diagnosed as suffering from Lyme disease, the illness is well established and may not respond as quickly, or as completely, to treatment.

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