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We're Headed East!

Alayne Blickle

We are excited to announce that this fall, Alayne will be presenting at the Best Horse Practices summit in New Glouchester, ME. This two-day summit will bring together educators, researchers, horse owners, and working, professional, and recreational riders for presentations on best practices related to horse care, handling, management, training, and riding.

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Climate Change and Horse Keeping: We Can Each Do Our Part

Alayne Blickle

These days, I think climate change is on everyone’s minds, but we’re often afraid to speak about it and unsure of how to address such a daunting concern. However, we can’t expect government or someone else to address or solve the issues for us. We each need to do what we can right now.

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Climate Change and Horse Keeping : Managing the Uncertainty

Alayne Blickle

A little more than a year ago I was invited to travel to Australia to be the keynote speaker at a conference on horses and land management. One of the other speakers at that event presented material that changed some of my thinking on horse care. His presentation was on the link between climate change and infectious disease risk for horses. Dr. Gary Muscatello, a microbiologist and faculty at the University of Sydney Veterinary Science Department, was the presenter. Let me summarize key points from his presentation.

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