Author:Amber Barnes

Do horses smile? They sure do. Recent study results suggest horses have specific facial expressions that reveal positive emotions akin to “happiness,” in a sense. And while those expressions might not be the cheesy cartoon grin or the human ear-to-ear, they do represent the “equine happy...

Rhodococcus equi, a Gram-positive facultative intracellular pathogen, is one of the most common causes of pneumonia in foals 1-6 month of age. While it can cause significant economic losses, researchers are still working to understand how and why it develops and how to prevent it. Epidemiology The...