When Hollywood, a rare American Mammoth Jackstock donkey became increasingly lame and owner, Karen Reid, was unable to get any answers for months, she turned to Tufts Equine Center for help. Dr. Carl Kirker-Head worked closely with farrier, Mr. Eric John, to determine the problem and find a solution quickly.
The son of immigrants, he served from 1992 to 2001, emphasizing civic engagement and strengthening the university’s financial foundation John DiBiaggio, whose presidency from 1992 until 2001 is credited with elevating the stature of Tufts… Read More
Last Thanksgiving, Conan, an 18.3-hand Argentinian warmblood, within hours went from being healthy and sound to being on the verge of death. Though the Big Equitation star’s tests were all coming back negative, it was clear he was running out of time—and it was up to the team at Tufts Equine Center to save him.
Tufts Green Fund proposals bring fresh ideas to the challenge of sustainability Members of the Tufts community are invited to hear Green Fund finalists pitch their ideas on January 30 from 7 to 8:30 p.m.… Read More