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ADM Releases Statement on South Carolina Horse Feed Incident

ADM Alliance reports that trace amounts of monensin could get into horse feed after a cattle feed production run has been finished. And that this is acceptable since they take measures to clean the machines and any monensin left there is by accident. So accidental horse deaths are acceptable but regrettable? Ridiculous. As reported before, Full Article

Deadly weed kills Ruskin horse (Video)

Creeping Indigo does not grow through much of the US but thrives in tropical climes such as Florida and Hawaii. Not only was it brought to the US to ...Full Article

10 strange and beautiful horse breeds

Horses come in so many lovely variations – from gorgeous manes, coats with metallic sheens, and unearthly eyes. Much of these differences were bred by us, although some came ...Full Article

Misrepresenting Wild Horses At The New York Times

Vickery is well known to our readers here at Habitat for Horses. Her expose of the Cliven Bundy incident cost her a job with Forbes. It is wonderful to ...Full Article

EU’s move in Mexico a help in political fight over slaughter trade

European Union’s strong move to end horse meat trade with Mexico is a big win for horse lovers. Now, they need to do the same with Canada. Some of ...Full Article

Teenager Talks Of Saving Horses From Burning Barn (Video)

What this young man did was amazing and heroic. So glad he was not injured – except for smoke inhalation. Those 4 horses are very lucky he was there. ...Full Article

Philosophically Speaking: Bless the beasts and those who defend them

We live on a planet filled with living beings. Whether you believe we are the stewards or are simply members of a different species – it is not hard ...Full Article

The correct way to use slow-feeders for equine

As most horse owners know, horses are designed to look and eat food at a steady gradual pace all day long. There are many manufacturers of slow-feeders (devices designed ...Full Article

Two thousand horses evacuated ahead of Australian bushfires

Just as summers in the US West have grown drier and hotter that breed wild fires, Australia is dealing with its own wild fire problems during their summer …which ...Full Article

Wyoming grants aim to boost wild horse research

Recently, Wyoming’s goal has been to eliminate the wild horses to the cattle ranchers desire. One cannot help but think that any research done would be directed towards proving ...Full Article