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NEO Horse Judging Team takes reserve at Congress
Horse Judgers from Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College (NEO), attended the recent All American Quarter Horse Congress Judging Contest held in Columbus, Ohio, and won Reserve High Team Halter, High Team Performance, Reserve High Team Reasons, and Reserve High Team Overall.
Vaccination best defense against West Nile virus
Vaccination is the best defense for horses against mosquito-borne West Nile virus, said Mark Russell, assistant professor-equine Extension for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture.
Wild horse adoption set in Passaic, Mo.
The U.S. Department of Interior Bureau of Land Management (BLM) will offer approximately 40 wild horses ranging from yearling to five years old to potential adopters at MO-KAN Livestock Market located at Rural Route 2, in Passaic, Missouri.
BLM seeks review for ecosanctuary
As part of an ongoing effort to reform its national Wild Horse and Burro Program, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) announced recently that it has selected for environmental review a private land site proposed as the location for a wild horse ecosanctuary.
Horse processing plant in Ozarks drawing opposition
Emotions ran high last week when a large crowd heard testimony for and against a Wyoming company's proposal to build a horse slaughtering and processing plant in southwest Missouri.
Tips for giving horses intramuscular shots
In the course of owning or caring for horses, it may be necessary to give them intramuscular shots. It is imperative to use only the best areas to apply the shots and be aware of the repercussions of not properly applying the shots.
Tax strategy for horse and livestock owners
The IRS Commissioner has said the IRS is determined to be more aggressive going after Americans who do not file tax returns, overstate their deductions, or who fail to report their offshore accounts, as well as farmers and ranchers who exaggerate depreciation and other deductions.
Horsefest ready to ride into Springfield
The 2012 edition of Horsefest marks the eighth year for the event and it promises to offer even more than in the years past.
Improperly heated horse barns can cause health problems
Horse owners who use heated barns to keep water from freezing and to protect horses from cold temperatures during winter should remember supplemental heat can cause problems if used incorrectly.
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