Horse health care in Oklahoma is more than just grass and water. Domestic horse care also includes intestinal parasite control, vaccinations to protect from disease, regular hoof care and possible nutritional supplements. Contact your equine health care professional for more information.
Horse health care in Oklahoma may include a plan for reducing mosquitoes on the farm. Reduce the number of mosquitoes on and around the property by destroying or minimizing habitats for larval development. This includes standing water, such as ruts in roads, ditches, old tires, and other containers. Keep proper drainage around the water troughs and clean them often to reduce the potential for mosquito breeding in the water.