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It is possible for a range of factors to affect your horse’s temperature, including humidity and hot weather and whether or not your horse has just been exercised. It is preferable to take a temperature reading at the same time every day, ideally first thing in the morning and/or last thing at night and to take it regularly to build up a picture of what is normal for each individual horse. Ensure that the thermometer is left in long enough to provide an accurate reading.
Newborn foals will have a slightly higher temperature (99.5° – 102.1°)
Bourton Vale hosted a client evening at the Adlestrop Village Hall on Wednesday 1st Novewmber. The evening was kindly sponsored by Boehringer Ingleheim and was a huge success; allowing attendees to meet the new members of our team and have an introduction to a variety of topics.