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Hay is For Horses

There’s a lot of misinformation about hay out there. The best way to know what is in your hay to balance your...

What to Know About EHV-1

After three horses in Nevada tested positive for EHV-1 this week, the State Veterinarian recommended that horse events be postponed to help...

Disaster Preparedness 101

Is your family prepared for a disaster? What about your livestock and other pets? Many of us have been affected by or...

The Runaways

It’s every horse owner’s worst nightmare: You’re out riding when suddenly your horse gets loose and bolts. Even the most well-trained...

5 Things to Know About Bot Flies

The first time I saw a bot fly, I thought it was a bee. I was riding up near the Idaho border on a...

8 Things to Know About Pigeon Fever

Pigeon fever, also called dryland distemper, can be vexing for horse owners. Outbreaks can happen seemingly at random - anytime and anyplace. Only one...

6 Tips for Riding in Wild Horse Country

Whenever I give talks in other states about long distance horseback travel in Nevada, someone always asks about dangerous encounters with wildlife. Were you...

West Nile Awareness

Mosquito season is almost upon us. More than just being annoying, mosquitos can pose a serious risk to horses because of their potential to...

5 Tips for Wildfire Season

We could be in for another busy year for wildfires. Experts say that as vegetation dries out in the coming months, the risk of...

The Dentist is In

The practice of equine dentistry is opening up in Nevada, thanks to new regulations. At the end of February, the Legislative Commission approved revised...
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