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December Registry Update

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Dear Members,

We find ourselves at the end of another year and it just doesn’t seem possible!   It is time to renew your Memberships and turn in your Stallion Reports if you have not already done so.  Both of these forms are available here to download or print.  annualstallionreport_vh2014 and Membership Application

The registry continues to be active.  Please see the attached Treasury and Registry reports from the 2016 AGM.  2015-2016-treasury-registry-reports 

The Registry and the Board of Directors wishes each of you and your families a wonderful Christmas and a happy, safe, and prosperous year ahead!

 

 

 

NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING

The Annual Meeting of the Caspian Horse Society of the Americas is held each year at 2pm Central on the third Saturday of September at Eastland Suites, 1801 Eastland Drive, Bloomington, Illinois.  All Members in good standing and entitled to vote, may participate in the meeting and have a right to vote by Proxy or in person.  You may receive a Proxy by writing to the CHSA Office at 29056 E. 1200 North Rd., Ellsworth, IL. 61737.  Proxies must be on file in the CHSA Office no later than 20 days prior to the meeting.

Chronic Protein Deficiency In Horses

This is a very important article for all horse owners to read and understand.

I know that a lot of horse owners don’t have time to read this, but I promise you that reading and understanding this article will be life altering for your horses.  If your horses are lame, if their top line is melting away, if skin disease plagues them, ask yourself why. Then read and understand why I think that most horses have a chronic protein deficiency.    Doc T

Caspian Horse Society of the Americas believes a pre purchase vet exam is one of the most important things you can do to be certain your investment is protected.  Many folks are now purchasing horses off the internet sight unseen, something CHSA does not recommend, making these exams more important than ever.

EQUINE PURCHASE EXAMS

Equine purchase exams inform the buyer of existing or potential problems that could render the horse unsuitable for its intended use. This article explains what a veterinarian examines when conducting a purchase exam.

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Body Condition of Horses

circus-160hBody condition refers to the amount of fat on a horse’s body. Fat is tissue that serves to store energy and is produced when the horse is digesting more energy than is needed for maintenance and production processes. Over time, horses consuming rations with more energy than is needed will increase body fat. Horses receiving less energy per day than is needed will use significantly increased amounts of fat for an energy source, which decreases the amount of body fat.

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Measurement Procedure for Horses and Ponies

circus-160hApproved Measurement Procedure for Horses and Ponies Colleen Brady, Extension Specialist, Department of 4-H Youth, Carla Kerr, Department of Animal Sciences, and Mark Russell, Extension Horse Specialist, Department of Animal Sciences Use of the following step-by-step procedure will ensure consistent, accurate measurement of horses and ponies. Indiana 4-H rules require that all equines entered in classes for animals 56” and under must be measured by a certified measurer. The measurer must then sign the appropriate line on the horse and pony enrollment form. Equines over 56” do not need to be measured.

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Understanding Horse Behavior

The 4-H Horse Project offers 4-H’ers opportunities for growing and developing interest in horses. This manual should help expand your knowledge about horse behavior, which will help you better under stand why a horse does what it does. The manual contains information about the basics of horse behavior, horse senses, domestication, mating behavior, ingestive (eating) behavior, foaling-time behavior and how horses learn.

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Vaccination Guide For Horse Owners

A HEALTHY HORSE IS A PROPERLY VACCINATED HORSE.

A properly designed vaccination regimen may be one of the most important things you can do to help your horse live a long and healthy life. Your veterinarian is the most knowledgeable professional to help you design the appropriate regimen for each individual horse. Horse owners and their veterinarians have a wide array of effective vaccines from which to choose. This brochure will help you understand which vaccines are most important for your horse, what role your veterinarian plays in a successful vaccination program, and why proper vaccine handling and administration truly matter.

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