Horses Recognize Photos of Caregivers

Study shows horses recognize photos of caregivers

People separated from their horses during the coronavirus can take heart: a study in France shows that horses are able to recognize their caregivers by looking at a photograph of their face, even when they haven’t seen those people in six months. A 2012 study was one of the first to suggest horses are capable […]

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Manuka honey shown to be effective treatment on horses’ leg wounds

Manuka honey has been in our medicine closet for awhile. We use it on cuts and scrapes instead of antibiotic ointments. Honey has been used to treat wounds for more than 2,000 years and it’s becoming even more important as an antibacterial agent as more strains of bacteria become resistant to antibiotics. In hospitals, honey […]

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