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Equine: Library Resources

This guide is to provide MCC Equine Students with information to enhance their learning experience.

The MCC library offers a wide selection of equine books, magazines, and links to help equine students succeed.

Equine Journals in the Martin CC Library

Horse running.

We have access to approximately 25 electronic equine and veterinary journals, and we also subscribe to the print version of Western Horseman, which is not available in our databases.

Your password for accessing electronic journals or any other database in the library when off campus is your myMartin e-mail login.

Finding Scholarly Journal Articles

Get Help from the Library

  • Visit us in Building 2 during library hours
  • Call us during library hours at: 252-789-0238
  • E-mail us at: library@martincc.edu (We try to respond within 2 hours when the library is open.)
  • Video chat with an MCC librarian during library hours. Call or e-mail us for an appointment.  We can usually help you right away.
  • Use the chat box below after hours. 

Librarian Chat

Chat is now available:

After-hours Chat is available:

Monday - Friday: 5:00 pm to 8:00 am

Saturday & Sunday 8 am - midnight

Get help from a librarian with finding journal articles and ebooks, creating citations and other research needs.

Equine Books in the Martin CC Library

Horse digging a hole.

Dig these links for a complete list of equine books available here at the Martin Community College Library.

The books on the list are arranged by (subject). You may also use our book catalog below to look up books by title, author, keyword, or subject.  Ebooks may be searched using the NC Live eBooks link.

Equine DVDs in the Martin CC Library

Most of the equine DVDs are available for instructor check-out only, but students may watch them in the library.  The titles highlighted in yellow are the newest additions.