Suspensory Ligament Injuries

July 11, 2019 0

By Garrett Metcalf, DVM The suspensory ligament is an important structure to the locomotion, soundness and support of the lower limb of a horse. It is a common tissue that can become injured acutely or […]

Roping with Rooster

July 7, 2019 0

By Krista Lucas It is rare to be 16-years-old and be able to handle the pressure of professional competition. Madison Outhier, of Fulshear, Texas, is no ordinary teenager. In her young age, she has already […]

Foal Diarrhea: A Smelly Situation

May 13, 2019 0

By Garrett Metcalf, DVM This time of year is a wonderful period when new life is brought into the world for many farmers and ranchers, especially those foaling horses. After counting the days, preparing the […]

Food for Foals

May 11, 2019 0

By Kristin Pitzer As spring fades into summer and the foaling season gains traction, now is an opportune time for owners to make sure they are giving their new babies what they need to have […]

Rodeo in Florida

May 9, 2019 0

By Krista Lucas The rodeo road is known to be busy during the summer, but winter and early spring are becoming just as profitable. After the big winter rodeos, spring brings rodeos such as Houston, […]

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