News: Horse Canada

“Report On Research” Presentation

Mark your calendars! On April 6th, 2013 Equine Guelph presents an exciting seminar at the University of Guelph, featuring Ontario Veterinary College researchers who have starred in the popular “Report on Research” video series. By attending this event, which commemorates

Arrests Made in Horsemeat Investigation

Three men were arrested on Thursday, under the Fraud Act, at two meat processing plants in the UK in relation to the European horsemeat scandal. The plants – Farmbox Meats and Peter Boddy Slaughterhouse – were toured by British Food

European Horsemeat Scandal

European Union officials will meet tomorrow in Brussels, Belgium to discuss the horsemeat scandal that is sweeping the continent. Since the news broke in January that horse DNA had been found in frozen “beef” burgers from the retailer Tesco, in

Interesting Alltech Feed Survey Findings

The world is producing 959 million tons of feed and has increased its production by at least four percent in the last year, according to the 2013 Global Feed Tonnage Survey released by Alltech. Alltech assessed the compound feed production

31st Annual Horse Breeders and Owners Conference

The 31st Annual Horse Breeders and Owners Conference in Red Deer welcomed hundreds of horse enthusiasts for a weekend filled with fun and education. In the largest turn-out since the 25th anniversary in 2007, a total of over 660 people

Saskatchewan Equine Center Expands EAL Training Program to Alberta

Visiting an equine facility usually means, riding lessons and horse training, which is what they do, but the folks at Cartier Farms have been doing much more. The Cartier Equine Center first introduced Equine Assisted Learning to youth in the

Colic Prevention eWorkshop

Equine Guelph kicks off 2013 by announcing a new eWorkshop designed to help horse owners understand colic and take preventative measures to reduce the risk of this #1 horse killer by following good stable management practices. In this eWorkshop you

Liberal Leadership Candidate Releases Rural Platform

Liberal leadership candidate Dr. Eric Hoskins released his rural platform in his hometown of Simcoe in southwestern Ontario. The plan emphasizes the need for the Ontario Liberal Party to re-connect with and listen to rural Ontarians to regain their trust

Chris Irwin Joins Stable of Horse-Canada Bloggers

Internationally renowned trainer and personal coach, Chris Irwin, has joined Horse-Canada.com’s stellar line-up of bloggers. Fans can find him at www.horse-canada.com/the-dark-horse-speaks where, in the spirit of iconic books such as Black Beauty and Misty of Chincoteague, Irwin will share weekly