Steering Horses Away From Botulism

There‚Äôs nothing more satisfying than filling an empty stomach with food, but unknowingly serving or eating spoiled or contaminated food can cause health concerns. While humans may experience food poisoning as a result, horses can develop botulism, which is deadly. To keep horses healthy, Dr. Amanda Trimble, a clinical assistant professor of equine internal medicine […]

Handling Gastric Ulcers In Horses

Stomach ulcers are often associated with stress, but they can also be caused by a variety of factors, including diet and medications. For horses, Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome (EGUS) is a common condition that is often diagnosed without its true cause ever being known. Between 50-90% of horses will experience this condition at some point […]

CVMBS, Fort Hood Army Post Offer Equine CE Event For Veterinary Corps

A continuing education event at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (CVMBS) gave 34 United States Army Veterinary Corps (VC) members from across the country the opportunity to learn about equine medicine from CVMBS experts. The event included one day of online webinars and one day of hands-on learning at the […]


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