Winter Care and Feeding for Your Horse

November 29, 2011

Summary

Winter can be tough for some horses depending on age or the climate that they have been adapted to. This webinar will cover some key points about the care and feeding management of horses to help them have a happy and healthy winter.

 

Presenter Information

Carey A. Williams, Ph.D. joined Rutgers University in July 2003 as its equine Extension Specialist, and the associate director of outreach with the Equine Science Center taking an active role in teaching, conducting research and working with the equine and academic communities to ensure the viability of the horse industry in New Jersey.

 

A Wisconsin native, Dr. Williams earned her doctorate degree in animal and poultry sciences (with an emphasis on equine nutrition and exercise physiology) in June 2003 from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. She holds a master’s degree in equine nutrition, also from Virginia Tech, and a bachelor’s degree in Equine Science from Colorado State University (1998). In 2009, Dr. Williams received tenure and was promoted to Associate Professor at Rutgers University.

 

Watch the recorded webcast below!

 

 

 

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