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09/17/2015

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11/28/2012

We are always accepting new clients!!

06/08/2012
I’ll Have Another scratched from Belmont, retires from racing | The Salt Lake Tribune

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New York • I’ll Have Another’s bid for the first Triple Crown in 34 years ended shockingly in the barn and not on the racetrack Friday when the c**t was scratched the day before the Belmont Stakes and retired with a swollen tendon. “It’s been an incredible ride, an incredible run,” trainer Doug O’Ne...

01/12/2012
Winter Farm Care Checklist

Winter Farm Care Checklist

Just the slightest mention of frigid winter winds blowing into the barn can make you shudder. In this article experts share with us their time-tested steps for cold weather readiness around the barn.... 

10/28/2011

Dr. Butler hosts a preschool field trip at his farm

09/07/2011

Would you be interested in a wellness program for your horse?

09/07/2011

Check out Dr. BB Butler tonight on Channel 25 wi******er at 5pm. Clarke county has its first case of West Nile Virus.

07/05/2011
Building a Foundation of Foot Care in Foals - AAEP

Building a Foundation of Foot Care in Foals - AAEP

Among the many factors that determine the success of a foal as a sales yearling or a mature athlete are management decisions about its feet and limbs during its first four months of life. Because a solid foundation for performance in the future begins with foot care in the foal, many leading bree

06/15/2011
Help Your Foal Grow with Proper Nutrition - AAEP

Help Your Foal Grow with Proper Nutrition - AAEP

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06/14/2011
Recognizing Critical Illness in Foals: Is He Sick, or Just Napping? - AAEP

Recognizing Critical Illness in Foals: Is He Sick, or Just Napping? - AAEP

Few things in nature are more inspiring than new foals frolicking around their mothers on a crisp spring morning. The fact that a foal can be up and running within short hours after birth is but one in a long series of miracles. Conception is miraculous in itself. Development in utero, in the womb,

06/11/2011
COLIC: UPDATES AND PREVENTION - AAEP

COLIC: UPDATES AND PREVENTION - AAEP

Colic is one of those emergency crises that horse owners seek to avoid. Based on information from the National Animal Health Monitoring System (NAHMS) survey, for every 100 horses, there will be 4.2 colic events every year. 1.2 percent of these events will be surgical, and 11 percent will be fatal.

06/07/2011
Foal Diarrhea - AAEP

Foal Diarrhea - AAEP

Updated March 2011 I am a new owner of a broodmare who just had her first foal, which now has diarrhea. What can I do about it? How serious is it for him? How do I keep this from happening again? The causative agents for diarrhea can be bacteria, viruses, parasites, or a range of non-infecti

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