When it comes to keeping your horse healthy, vaccinations are at the front line. While it’s important to do many other things to ensure your horse’s health is at an optimum, without vaccinations, it’s likely that your horse won’t be as healthy as it should be or could have been. Your equine veterinarian can be relied upon to keep your horse properly vaccinated. But knowing which vaccinations your horse needs will help you to stay informed, plan accordingly and budget as needed.
Breeding your mare can be an exciting—and lucrative—endeavor. However, the breeding process is also an investment in your mare as well as a costly endeavor. Not only do you need to ensure certain health concerns are taken care of, but you also will need to order several tests from your equine veterinarian to make sure that your mare is healthy enough to breed at this time. Following are more tips to help prepare your mare for breeding.
Keeping horses is one of the most rewarding experiences for animal lovers. Horses are noble creatures that deserve our respect and care. As a horse owner, you are no doubt aware of the tremendous responsibilities of owning one or more horses. They are unlike any other farm or ranch animal and need special consideration, even when the owner is away from the homestead. When leaving for a day, a weekend, or a week, it’s essential that your horses have adequate food, water, shelter, and safety from predators and other dangers.
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