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Equine news headlines

Majority of equine vets support pharmaceutical specials Majority of equine vets support pharmaceutical specials
Experts debate effect of specials manufacturing on equine welfare Read More

BEVA appoints new president

BEVA appoints new president

Professor Renate Weller will help develop career...

BEVA appoints new president

Study sheds light on mutilation of working donkeys
Mutilation accounted for 62 per cent of all wounds in study population Read More

Working closely together ‘could help prevent laminitis’

Working closely together ‘could help prevent laminitis’
Study explores relationships between farriers and horse owners Read More


Warning over risk to horses from plastic granulate

Warning over risk to horses from plastic granulate
Substance being sold as an alternative surface for centres Read More

New method helps vets assess ridden pain in horses

New method helps vets assess ridden pain in horses
Volunteer vets praise assessment tool after study Read More


Restrictions on flunixin relaxed

Restrictions on flunixin relaxed

Short-term access restored for non-food producing...


VMD urged to overturn decision on flunixin

VMD urged to overturn decision on flunixin

Product suspended over potential risk to humans

Calls to end long distance journeys to slaughter in Europe

Calls to end long distance journeys to slaughter in Europe
Charity reports significant decline in horses being transported thousands of miles Read More

New Zealand bans tight nosebands during dressage

New Zealand bans tight nosebands during dressage
New rule to change the way noseband tightness is measured Read More