The Horse

NOV 2018

The Horse:Your Guide To Equine Health Care provides monthly equine health care information to horse owners, breeders, veterinarians, barn/farm managers, trainer/riding instructors, and others involved in the hands-on care of the horse.

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36 November 2018 The Horse | Abaxis by Zoetis, Booth 1241 Zoetis says that as the leading animal health company, it's committed to work- ing together with equine veterinarians, horse owners, and equine professionals to help improve horse health and wellness, every day. The company's broad portfolio of equine health solutions is supported by a team of experienced, knowledgeable professionals with a passion for horses. In the hospital or barn-side, Zoetis says its point-of-care laboratory delivers a simple, portable, and accurate solu- tion for every type of equine practitioner. The VetScan VS2 is a portable chemistry analyzer that delivers state-of-the-art chemistry, electrolyte, immunoassay, and blood gas results from just two drops of whole blood, plasma, or serum in 12 minutes. Abaxis also offers the VetScan HM5, an advanced hematology five-part differential analyzer; the i-STAT Alinity v handheld analyzer; and the VetScan VSpro specialty analyzer for on-site fibrinogen results in minutes. For more information on the complete VetScan portfolio, please visit veterinary. ADM Animal Nutrition, Booth 2208 ADM Animal Nutrition advocates "Do- ing What's Right for the Horse." ADM says its ultra-premium blended fat-and- fiber-based "GLO" line of feeds contain GROSTRONG Minerals and high-quality ingredients in balanced formulas for bet- ter health and performance. GLO feeds are formulated free of cornstarch and unnecessary fillers. These feeds offer con- sistent formulas and utilize stabilized rice bran, a nutrient-rich, highly digestible fat and fiber source; omega-3 essential fatty acids; natural-source vitamin E, a powerful antioxidant; Prosponse yeast; CitriStim, an ADM proprietary feed ingredient that may favorably impact the gut microbial population; organic trace minerals; and direct fed microbials. Because GLO feeds are nutrient-rich, less is needed to achieve optimal results, says ADM. The GLO feeds provide low- starch, GI-tract-enhancing solutions for almost any need, including broodmares, senior horses, sport horses, growing horses, and trail horses, ADM adds. To locate a dealer visit or call 800/680-8254. 2018 AAEP CONVENTION PREVIEW

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