Published quarterly between 1998 and 2012, this award-winning magazine from Kentucky Equine Research featured articles of general interest to today’s horse owners. Various aspects of horse husbandry, particularly equine nutrition and feeding management, were addressed in each issue.
Equinews has since become Equinews.com, a web-based daily publication and where articles written by Kentucky Equine Research staff are now available.
For over a decade, Kentucky Equine Research has regularly disseminated current information about research, equine health, news notes, horse facts, stable management, and industry events. Beginning in print form as Equine Review, this information service is now Equine Health Review, a monthly e-newsletter.
To sign up for KER’s Equine Health Review monthly e-newsletter, click here.
Would you rather watch than read? Kentucky Equine Research produces equine health and nutrition videos on a variety of topics.
Advances in Equine Nutrition is a compilation of selected papers from past KER nutrition conferences. These papers cover a broad range of topics and contain a wealth of information related to equine nutrition, veterinary medicine, and exercise physiology. Included is a mixture of original research and review material as well as a great deal of practical information about how to feed and manage all types of horses.
Proceedings from each KER conference are produced from the papers and abstracts submitted for each presentation. You can purchase any of the KER publications through the online catalog. If you live outside the US, please contact us at 888-873-1988 or [email protected].
The research conducted at KER is shared with other professionals in the research community through professional peer-reviewed journals and proceedings. The nutritionists at KER have extensive lists of publications to their credit.
The resident nutritionists at KER are often asked to contribute articles to periodicals. Regular contributions appear in several magazines each year.
Original articles on equine nutrition and horse health from KER staff. Sign up for the KER Newsletter to have this and other content delivered to you directly each week.