Texas A&M University – Horse Bits Newsletter

Horse Bits is published bi-monthly by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, Department of Animal Science at Texas A&M University. This newsletter is a free service and is available to anyone interested in equine science.

 

Current Edition: March/April 2015

Inside this issue:

  • Equine Herpes Virus Update
  • National Champion Texas A&M Stock Horse Team to defend national title on April 24-25
  • TAMU research on effect of heat stress on stallion semen characteristics
  • Horseback riding is good exercise which can have significant human health benefits
  • Animal Science research underway to provide additional information on energy requirement of lactating mares in thin or moderate body condition
  • TAMU horses for sale
  • A big thank you
  • Upcoming educational events for Horsemen – Permian Basin Horse Short Course, Midland, Texas, May 16, 2015

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