Lameness remains key problem for UK horses, horse heath survey reveals
Aug14

Lameness remains key problem for UK horses, horse heath survey reveals

The National Equine Health Survey (NEHS), held annually every May, has confirmed for the second year that lameness is the most common syndrome affecting the UK’s horses and ponies. This year’s results have also revealed an apparent increase in laminitis compared with previous years. Run annually by Blue Cross, in partnership with the British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA), NEHS is sponsored by SPILLERS and Zoetis and supported...

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