Flies are back! Is it just us? Or are they more in number this year?
Do horse with healthier skin perform better? Good question, let's investigate!
Sunny days are back and the louse flies are taking over? Do they make your life miserable?
it is often the initial cause of mud fever but also is a factor accentuating horse summer dermatitis.
The role of horse skin disinfection is deliberately aggressive. A disinfectant is made to treat an "infected" pathology and not as a precautionary principle.
Food overload in horses could lead to itching. Here are some ways to improve your well-being simply and with good sense.
Tips: showering your horse in winter
Why do spots and bald patches appear?
When the tail itches
The skin reaction to an allergenic element
Outwardly, all symptoms of horse summer dermatitis
Misleading allergy !
Insects are the main cause
A summer dermatitis that is not one!
Another "mud fever" !
A common skin problem It often disappears on its own, but it is important to keep an eye on it.
The little bugs responsible for intense itching on horses
One of the "mud fever"
Impressive but not so terrible
Antioxidant, worm- and insect-repellent...side effects?
Warm weather is here, and with it come the flies!Animaderm has drawn up a profile for each of these flying insects, detailing the risks that they pose and giving advice on how to stay fully protected.