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    What is Lupus?

    Lupus is a systemic autoimmune disease that occurs when your body’s immune system attacks your own tissues and organs. Autoimmunity means your immune system cannot tell the difference between these foreign invaders and your body’s healthy tissues.  As a result, […]

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    Equine Leg Stretches

    We’ve all heard it many times, “stretch your muscles before and after exercise,” but did you ever stop to think that this applies to your horse too?  Stretching your horse’s muscles will improve performance and decrease the occurrence of injuries.  […]

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    Acorn Toxicity in Horses

    Oak trees are fairly common on farm properties. Acorns are produced by oak trees in autumn, and both acorns and leaves fall at that time of year. Many animals depend on acorns for their nutritional needs, but some animals, such as […]

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    Equine Thermography: What is it?

    Equine Thermography is a non-invasive monitoring tool that uses the very latest infrared imaging equipment and computer software to detect minute differences in the horses thermal and neural condition. There is no harmful radiation involved; an infrared camera detects infrared […]

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    Bringing Eastern Medicine to Your Barn by THE PLAID HORSE

    BY LAUREN MAULDIN    “No” isn’t a word that stops Kat Chrysostom, owner and designer of Benefab®. It didn’t stop her from beginning riding lessons on her 4th birthday, even though the barn’s official starting age was five, and it […]

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    Scratches: Treatment and Prevention of the Equine Fungus

    Equine Scratches are also commonly referred to as Mud Fever, Dew Poisoning, Greasy Heal, or Pastern Dermatitis. Scratches on horses can be caused by a variety of skin conditions including viral, bacterial, fungal or parasitic infections. However, it isn’t normally […]

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