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Horse Management Webinar Series

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Horse owners and stable managers will have the opportunity to learn management strategies and ask questions during a webinar series that NDSU Extension is hosting at noon CDT on Wednesdays in March and May. 

Topics will include:

  • An overview of genetic diseases in the quarter horse breed
  • Weed and manure management in pastures
  • Prevention and detection of communicable equine diseases
  • Emergency first aid until the veterinarian arrives

The goal of these webinars is to empower our equine owners in North Dakota to confidently apply what we share to their animal care routines or land and resources management. This webinar series began in 2020 and continues each spring with topics springing from suggestions from participants. Following are a few webinars from the past that may be helpful right now: 

The webinar presenters are NDSU Extension specialists and agents, NDSU professors and the NDSU Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory. 

Visit to register for the webinars. 

Mary Keena
Extension Livestock Environmental Management Specialist 

Rachel Wald, r.wald@ndsu.eduNDSU Extension agent, McHenry County
Paige Brummund,, NDSU Extension agent, Ward County