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 →
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 →
https://www.thoroughbredracing.com/articles/gagliano-system-change-we-cant-afford-pass/ Gagliano: a system change we can’t afford to pass up James L. Gagliano | OCTOBER 17, 2016 Polling of U.S. horse racing bettors has repeatedly demonstrated that drugs and… read more →
“Equine Disease Quarterly – July 2016” Progestogens are a class of steroid hormones largely responsible for sustaining the embryo and maintaining uterine quiescence. In horses, at least 10 known progestogens… read more →
We are continuing to see new nests forming, so daily surveillance is advised.