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equine

of, relating to, or belonging to the family Equidae, which comprises horses, zebras, and asses

equine

[′ē‚kwīn]
(vertebrate zoology)
Resembling a horse.
Of or related to the Equidae.
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The main objective of the society was to prevent equines from harsh treatment, he said and added that at present, employees of SPCA were performing duties in different parts of the province.
We are proud to announce the recent verification of Four Corners Equine Rescue," said Valerie Taylor, GFAS Director of Accreditation.
Durham Equine Practice announced on June 24 that it has merged with another local horse-only veterinary practice, Simply Horses to work as one collaborative team from the Croxdale Hall estate in Durham.
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Equine laminitis is a complex disease which affects the structure and correct function of the horse's foot, resulting in debilitating pain.
According to the agreement, RBT will serve as the exclusive supplier of stabilized rice bran authorized by KER for use as a feed and supplement ingredient in equine products sold in North America.
The firm's team of equine specialists draws on' strengths in agricultural law, private client matters, dispute resolution and planning.
The firm's team of equine specialists draws on Lodders' strengths in agricultural law, private client matters, dispute resolution and planning.
NRCE is actively engaged in in-situ and ex-situ conservation and propagation of important equine breeds and working equines by perfecting artificial insemination and semen cryopreservation technology.
The events are held under the patronage of Shaikh Hamdan Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai and Minister of Finance, who ceremoniously cut the ribbon to open the three-day equine extravaganza.
5 million people are dependent on the equine population for their livelihood and agriculture.
50 will be taken from each entry fee an owner pays to help secure the future of the Naas-based centre, which provides pathology, microbiology and virology services to Ireland's equine sector, playing a critical role in the maintenance of the country's disease-free status.