Part one: Equine biosecurity – what does it mean?

Moderator’s note: This is the first in a three part series on equine biosecurity. Part two will be posted Thursday and part three will be posted Friday.

By James Little, DVM

Equine and companion animal professional services veterinarian

Neogen

Biosecurity is a word that we often see written and […]

Managing pigeon fever in horses

Pigeon fever is an elevated body temperature of a pigeon, right? In the words of Lee Corso, “not so fast my friend”. In this post, I’m referring to a bacterial infection that occurs in horses. Pigeon fever, also called dryland distemper and dryland strangles, is a bacterial infection in horses caused by the bacterium […]