University of Florida animal scientists released a new survey today aimed at gathering information from horse owners and professionals on their use of genetic tools. Horse aficionados, from industry professionals to hobbyists, are encouraged to take the survey to assist the International Horse Genome Project with setting new long-term goals. 

The project includes more than 100 researchers across the globe. This survey will poll professional and hobbyist horse owners – everyone from feed store workers to horse-business owners to equine fans – to gauge how they use equine genetics tools, such as health and performance panels. 

The survey can be completed via the UF website survey link.  

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