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Beef Area of Expertise Team

Teams of Extension specialists, field staff and others around specific topics producing training, publications, and research projects.



Equine Area of Expertise Team

Teams of Extension specialists, field staff and others around specific topics producing training, publications and research.



Fisheries and Wildlife Area of Expertise Team

Teams of Extension specialists, field staff and others around specific topics producing training, publications and research.



Horse Show Ethics Discussion Group
This is an excerpt from the 2003 ANR Week Horse Program Proceedings - "Horse Show Ethics: How Do You Place?". Discussion of how to have a successful group discussion on ethical choices involving horse competitions. 2 pp.

Physiological Trimming for a Healthy Equine Foot

Information on physiological trimming of a healthy equine foot. 

These files are part of the Michigan State University Extension archives to be used for historical reference, but not for current recommendations. For current recommendations contact your local Extension office.

 



Questions to Ask Oneself When Examining the Competition Horse's Welfare Status
Exerpt from the 2003 ANR Week Horse Program – "Horse Show Ethics: How Do You Place?". Includes a list of questions to ask in order to determine if horses in a competition are being treated ethically. 1 page.

Sheep Area of Expertise Team

Teams of Extension specialists, field staff and others around specific topics producing training, publications and research.



Swine Area of Expertise Team

Teams of Extension specialists, field staff and others around specific topics producing training, publications and research.



Why should I castrate?

An overview of castration concerns for the equine owner. Sections include reasons to castrate, prior to castration, castration procedure, post-operative care, and concerns and post-operative complications. 

These files are part of the Michigan State University Extension archives to be used for historical reference, but not for current recommendations. For current recommendations contact your local Extension office.


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