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The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted every aspect of the equine industry. In Minnesota, several organizations have united to bring guidance to equine-related activities in Minnesota while under the Governor’s “Stay at Home” order. The unification of these organizations and the equine industry …

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There have been several reports of winter ticks showing up on horses in South Dakota. Winter ticks, also called moose ticks, are unlike other tick species because they are active during the winter months. The primary hosts of winter ticks include moose, elk, deer, and other large wild game. …

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As horse owners start thinking about the 2020 season, biosecurity should be front and center. Biosecurity refers to a set of practices horse owners can take to prevent and reduce the spread of disease. Biosecurity plans are especially important when traveling to and from different facilities…

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The shortage of horse quality hay in Minnesota has many owners purchasing hay from outside Minnesota and the Midwest. Along with this comes the risk of purchasing alfalfa hay infested with blister beetles. While rare, beetle-infested hay can cause health problems and death in horses and othe…

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