Lots of good info in this article on how to keep your horse pastures healthy…https://forages.ca.uky.edu/files/improving_ky_horse_pastures.pdf
Congratulations Dr. Berk!…more
FDA Article – Altrenogest
Good read from the FDA… see more
Survey Radiography of the Carpus and Tarsus in Neonatal Thoroughbred Foals and Appearance at 6 Months of Age…Cuboidal Manuscript.
The American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) has named Jeffrey T. Berk, VMD, associate veterinarian with Equine Medical Associates PSC in Lexington, Ky., as its 2017 vice …more.
Cluster of Potomac Horse Fever Cases Confirmed in Kentucky
The height of the summer months are the most common time when horses are diagnosed with Potomac Horse Fever. With the anticipation of more horses to be diagnosed in August,… read more →
In this issue, Dr. Gene Lyons provides a brief review of the history and current status of anthelmintic treatment of important equine gastrointestinal parasites. No new anthelmintics with newer modes… read more →
They’re back! Our doctors have noted eastern tent caterpillar nests so it is time for be looking in the trees. When mature, the large, hairy caterpillars wander from these nests,… read more →
Nocardioform Placentitis Concerns for Central Kentucky 2017 Foal Crop Central Kentucky’s foal crop in 2011 caused concern among practitioners, farm owners, managers, the University of Kentucky Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory (UKVDL)… read more →
As the weather continues to get colder, remember to be on the look out for ringworm. It is easily spread between horses when sharing brushes and tack and can be… read more →