More News

cover story

Barn Building

A blog about building your own barn, including the many unexpected blips that occur along the way. read more

Dealing With Diarrhea

Handling diarrhea in horses, equine. Products to try yourself, when to call the vet. Straightforward and informative. read more

Bots Anyone?

A veterinarian discusses bot flies on horses. read more

Radiographs - Know What They Can and Can't Tell You

Understanding a few basic principles can help you communicate with your horse veterinarian so you can take away more for your money when it comes to your horse's radiographs, of X-Rays. read more

Really, You Should Take Lessons

Experienced California three-day event horse trainer discusses the problems surrounding self-teaching riding and horsemanship. read more

Equine Melanoma: What Options Have We?

This post reviews some of the mainstream treatment options for horses with melanoma tumors as well as introduces relatively new therapy options that are actively gaining momentum in the veterinary world. read more

Thyroid Dysfunction

Most people are familiar with thyroid malfunctions, most commonly either thyroid cancer or inadequate thyroid gland function, as either hypothyroid (under activity) or hyperthyroid (excess function).But what about your horse? read more

Dogs and Hoof Chews

Dogs like to chew on and consume hoof pieces after the farrier leaves. Is that OK? read more

Help Wanted: Are You Practicing Due Diligence in Hiring Your Farm Employees?

An attorney and horsewoman discusses why it's so important to ensure the person you hire is qualified to do the job and has a clean background check. read more

Safety Thought: Odd Behavior? Think Equipment First

If your horse suddenly goes silly, look for a valid reason before you resort to a correction. There could be an irritation on the saddle pad or girth or something not buckled right. read more

What Is The Future of Boarding?

The ability of a horse farm owner to store hay and bedding may make a huge difference in maintaining a profitable horse boarding business. read more

Even a Great Equestrian Facility Needs Local Amenities

A discussion about the impact of the new Tryon Equestrian Center and the need for nearby hotels and resturants. read more

Coffin Bone Fracture

This post reviews the 7 types of coffin bone fractures and includes treatment methods and prognoses for each. read more

Media Critique: Advanced Equine Studies – The Horse’s Respiratory System

A review of Advanced Equine Studies DVD series for horse owners, trainers, riders, and veterinary students. read more

Horse Journal OnCall: Nutrition and Healthy Hooves

Response to question about equine hoof growth by Juliet Getty, Ph.D. Dicusses dietary needs. read more

Other Tags

My Articles

Copyright 2017 by Cruz Bay Publishing, Inc. an Active Interest Media company