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Working for better management options and cohabitation through compromise and communication for the American Wild Mustang

From the World of Veterinary Medicine, Equine Health Related Documents & Evidence


Articles Pertaining to Equine Intestinal Parasite Infections:

From UCDavis, Center for Equine Health:   

From Texas A&M University, College of Agriculture & Life Sciences (TAMU):    

Other Information – General:   

Links to Veterinary Medical Science Colleges:

Auburn University  

Colorado State University   

Cornell University   

Iowa State University   

Kansas State University   

Louisiana State University   

Michigan State University   

Mississippi State University   

North Carolina State University   

Ohio State University   

Oklahoma State University   

Oregon State University  

Purdue University   

Texas A&M University  

Tufts University   

Tuskegee University   

University of California, Davis   

University of Florida   

University of Georgia   

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign  

University of Minnesota   

University of Missouri   

University of Pennsylvania   

University of Tennessee   

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine   

Washington State University   

Western University of Health Sciences    

 

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