It's spring and that means April showers are here. It's warming up outside and the horses are out enjoying the break from the long winter.
It might feel nice out, but spring weather is ideal for a pesky skin condition called rain rot. Standing out in the rain is one of the most common ways for a horse to get rain rot, but it's not the only way.
Could your horse be suffering from painful ulcers? Your horse could have ulcers right now and not show any signs. This guide will tell you the most important things you need to know about ulcers. You'll learn why ulcers are so common in performance horses and how to prevent, manage, and treat them.
There are so many equine dewormers on the market that it can be confusing deciding which one you should use for your horse. Traditionally, it was recommended that you rotate dewormers every two months to cover a broad range of parasites. More often vets are recommending that you follow a new approach when deworming.