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Keys to promoting sound growth in young horses

Familiarity with each specific horse is important to good management.
OSU Veterinary College Embarks on Landmark Study of Skeletal Muscle Function

Mon, Mar 08, 2021

Thanks to an award from the Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation, Dr. Michael Davis will lead a study of the most extensive examination of skeletal muscle mitochondrial function ever accomplished in any athletic species.

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Giving Darkwatch New Light

Tue, Jan 12, 2021

OSU veterinarian team brings event horse back from the edge of crisis

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Veterinary Viewpoints: First Aid for Horses

Mon, Aug 17, 2020

At some point horse owners are likely to face an emergency or injury involving wounds and eye problems. It may be hard to tell if it’s a life-threatening situation, but an equine first-aid kit is a key component to providing ample first aid.

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First Case of Vesicular Stomatitis Confirmed in Oklahoma

Wed, Jul 08, 2020

The Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry has confirmed the first case of vesicular stomatitis in Washington County, Oklahoma. This places restrictions on horses and livestock moving from Oklahoma to some other states and countries.

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Vesicular Stomatitis: What You Need to Know

Mon, Jun 29, 2020

Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine warns animal owners that vesicular stomatitis continues to threaten Oklahoma livestock. A viral disease that primarily affects horses and cattle and occasionally pigs, sheep, goats, llamas and alpacas, vesicular stomatitis cases have been confirmed as close as south central Kansas.

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CBD and Chronic Pain in Horses

Mon, Jun 15, 2020

Can CBD help manage chronic pain in horses? That’s the question two veterinarians at Oklahoma State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine are trying to answer. Drs. Todd Holbrook, professor and June Jacobs Endowed Chair in Veterinary Medicine, and Megan Williams, assistant professor of equine surgery, recently completed a study looking at a pelleted CBD product in horses.

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