KemTRACE Chromium is the only FDA-reviewed source of chromium propionate on the market today.
Major Thoroughbred sale companies address medications for all horses sold at auction through their groups.
Neogen is increasing the company's production of sanitizers and disinfectants to fight coronavirus.
MicroLyte Ag VET helps wounds heal with a specially designed layer of antimicrobial silver that doesn’t inhibit healing.
This week, the European Commission granted marketing authorization to Boehringer Ingelheim for the new Aservo® EquiHaler® for horses that suffer from severe equine asthma.
Imbed Biosciences is providing an innovative wound dressing to help wildlife impacted by the Australian Wildfires.
B. Wayne Hughes the winner of the 2019 John W. Galbreath Award for Outstanding Entrepreneurship in the Equine Industry.
Dr. Mats Troedsson, a professor at the Maxwell H. Gluck Equine Research Center, University of Kentucky, presented data from a study assessing the effect of Settle on histological involution, cell-mediated immunity of the uterus, and clinical endpoints associated with involution.
Keeneland, Fasig-Tipton and Ocala Breeders’ Sales jointly announced changes to policies for their 2-year-old sales.
A new, fast-acting injectable solution for equine sedation and premedication has been launched in the UK by Dechra Veterinary Products.
This mixed animal veterinary meeting is held in Florida in January 2020.
Dr. Rebecca McConnico joined other experts to help develop and improve protocol for equine disaster medicine for the AAEP.
A new toolkit has been created to help support colleges of veterinary medicine in the aftermath of a student’s death by suicide.
The renovated Java Java neurologic stall at the Marion duPont Scott Equine Medical Center enhances quality of care for equine patients.
Long Island University is set to offer one of only four veterinary education programs in Northeast.
The University of Arizona received approval from the American Veterinary Medical Association today to open the state's first public College of Veterinary Medicine.
With standing MRI units in 24 countries and over 100,000 scans completed, high-res MRI diagnostics are now more accessible to horse owners around the world.
The British College of Veterinary Specialists (BCVSp) has organized a Training and Mentoring Workshop to help members and non-members assess and develop their internship and residency programs.
NAEAA is a non-profit professional organization representing individuals from public and private institutions and the equine industry that strive to educate undergraduates within an equine academic program.
The AAVMC Cost Comparison Tool is a web-based, interactive program that provides detailed information about tuition costs, scholarship resources and financing a veterinary medical education.
Major Thoroughbred sales company will allow buyers to test horses younger than four for bisphosphonates.
The Nevada state veterinarian has urged owners to monitor their horses for EHV-1 clinical signs.
More than 13,000 individuals are studying veterinary medicine at 49 accredited colleges.
Zoetis is confident that the Equip range continues to be effective against its licensed indications.
Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health USA Inc. announced the appointment of Everett Hoekstra as its president.
David E. Shaw will serve as Chairman of the Board and Philip Laskawy will serve as Lead Independent Director at Covetrus.
Henry Schein, Inc. (Nasdaq: HSIC) and Vets First Choice announced that the new standalone public company from the spin-off of their companies will be named Covetrus.
The name change reflects the company's commitment to animal health while unifying the company under a common set of values, goals and operating principles.
More than $1 million of donated vaccines have impacted thousands of horses.
Effective December 1, 2018, horses that are granted a Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) for pergolide can remain on pergolide with no withdrawal of drug prior to competition and no need to file a Medication Report Form (MRF) each time they compete.