University of Maryland Extension

horse health

Productive Pastures for Happy Horses, Happy Humans, and a Healthy Environment

Tuesday, Jun. 9, 2020 - 3:00pm to 4:00pm
Online
Productive pastures are good for horse and human alike. Learn more about environmentally friendly practices that can benefit everyone on your farm.

Selecting a Horse Trailer (FS-948)

Horse trailers come in a variety of configurations and sizes. From tagalong one-horse trailers to self-propelled horse vans to semi-driven rigs, the choices can be daunting. Learn about the factors to consider when determinig which type of trailer is best for you.

Development of an Equine Rotational Grazing

Improper management of grazing horses can lead to the loss of vegetative cover, soil erosion and nutrient run-off into nearby water sources

Equine Sports Massage Workshop

Thursday, Nov. 14, 2013 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Windy Way Horses
Equine Sports Massage Therapy is a great way to help your horse perform at its best. Join the University of Maryland Extension to learn how with proper nutrition and muscle conditioning, a sports massage can help benefit your horse’s performance. Selecting the correct feed and types of hay for the...

Equine Acupunture

Tuesday, Apr. 9, 2013 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Layfield Veterinarian Services
Equine acupuncture is a “hot topic” among horse owners as an option in keeping your horse competing at top level. Equine acupuncture can help elevate pain, anti-inflammatory effects, regulate hormonal imbalances among many other health concerns. As many veterinarians begin to offer this service as...
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