Access to printed and digital education Extension publications is available through the Texas A&M AgriLife Bookstore and the Department of Animal Science website.
To view the publications, click on the topic link below:
- Drought & Emergency Management Information for Horse Owners
- Emergency Preparedness and Response
- General Information
- Horse Theft, Awareness and Horse Identification
- Reproduction and Breeding
RanchTV.org is a virtual video library designed to teach beef cattle producers the best management practices for beef quality and includes a channel devoted to horses. Horses are a major part of the livestock industry, and handling horses correctly and maintaining proper nutrition is a vital part of stockmanship. These videos discuss the basics of proper horse maintenance.
Often the Texas A&M faculty are featured as expert sources of information on mainstream media news segments. Below are a few related to the care of horses.
The Online Horse Judging video website is designed to assist horse judging team coaches and judging team members in their quest to become more knowledgeable and more skilled judges.
The CEA Horse Newsletter contains the latest information on Extension horse programs and events. This newsletter is distributed by e-mail.
Horse Bits is published bi-monthly by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, Department of Animal Science. This newsletter is a free service and is available to anyone interested in equine science.
Partnership for Environmental Education and Rural Health (PEER) website provides educational science resources for middle and high school students and teachers. Several pages feature valuable information relevant to horse owners.