Updated Rules for the USDA Animal Identification Plan Advancing Animal Disease Traceability using Electronic Identification Devices RFID Ear tags will be required as the only official animal id device in beef, dairy, and bison as of January 1st,… Read More
Horseback Riders are out on the trail year round. It is important to take proactive steps in order to have a fun and safe trail riding experience. Check out the edition of the Horse Herald below to learn… Read More
Join us for this exciting event at the Baker County Fairgrounds! You can purchase tickets HERE!
Horseback riders have an immense amount of bits to choose from, all varying in style, function, discipline, and severity. Knowing the basics of bits is an important first step in choosing the perfect bit for you and your… Read More
November Edition of the Horse Herald focuses on behavioral issues we see in horses. Have issues with your horses exhibiting these behaviors? Contact your local extension for ways to combat stereotypic behaviors.
Enteric illnesses are transmitted by contaminated food or water, exposure to contaminated bodily fluids (both human and animal), exposure to contaminated objects, or direct exposure to infected persons or animals.