On April 20 the Equine Disease Communication Center (EDCC) reported that another Clark County, Nevada, horse has tested positive for non-neuropathogenic equine herpesvirus-1 (EHV-1). The affected 10-year-old gelding recently attended a national-level event in Clark County. To read the restContinue reading… EHV-1 in Nevada: Another Clark County Horse Tests Positive
Please be aware Equine Herpes Myeloencephalopathy (EHM), the neurologic disease linked to Equine Herpes Virus (EHV-1), was confirmed in a Glasscock County Quarter Horse on April 16, 2019. This is the second case of EHM in Texas this year. TheContinue reading… Practice Good Biosecurity to Guard Your Equine from EHM
Texas Animal Health Commission “Serving Texas Animal Agriculture Since 1893” Andy Schwartz, DVM Executive Director P.O. Box l2966 Austin, Texas 78711 ? (800) 550-8242 www.tahc.texas.gov For more information contact the Public Information Dept. at 512-719-0750 or at firstname.lastname@example.org AUSTIN –Continue reading… Neurologic Form of EHV-1 Confirmed in Montgomery County Horse
For Immediate Release Media Contact: Rebecca Walton Phelps Media Group, Inc. 561-753-3389 | email@example.com Lexington, Ky. – April 8, 2019 – The premier horse show management company, Kentucky Horse Shows LLC, is proud to recognize the generous sponsors of theContinue reading… Kentucky Horse Shows LLC Acknowledges Generous Sponsors of 2019 Spring Horse Shows Series
The Interscholastic Equestrian Association and the American Paint Horse Association have joined forces as affiliate partners. With this alliance, IEA and APHA will cross-promote across both organizations in a variety of methods and venues beginning in 2019 that will includeContinue reading… APHA and Interscholastic Equestrian Association announce alliance
Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC) relocated its Mount Pleasant Region Office to Sulphur Springs on March 1, 2019.
Although this is not equine news per-say it is news when a food company moves in the the medical field – BG
Schistosomiasis, a chronic disease caused by parasitic flatworms which leads to an intestine or urinary tract infection, is common in communities without access to safe drinking water and sanitation
Adding a supplement to your horses’ feed to reduce the worm burden on your pasture sounds like a rich claim, but researchers recently tested an Australian product designed to do just that—and with positive results.
On the heels of an equine influenza outbreak that shut down racing in Great Britain for eight days earlier this month, a handful of show horses have come down with the same virus in Ohio and Indiana.
These findings are contained in a study published this week in the open-access journal PLOS Pathogens.
FORT WORTH—The American Paint Horse Association (APHA) and the Junior American Rodeo (Jr American) have partnered to bring even more excitement to youth equestrians at the 2019 Jr American Semi-Finals taking place February 27 – March 3, APHA will offerContinue reading… APHA partners with Junior American Rodeo to expand opportunities for youth aboard Paints
Causes of snotty noses can range from benign to catastrophic It starts with a drip: a bit of clear nasal discharge apparent as you wipe one of your horse’s nostrils while tacking up. It’s chilly out and, quite honestly, yourContinue reading… What Equine Nasal Discharge Tells Us
[7/10/2018] The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is alerting health care professionals and patients, as well as veterinarians and animal owners, not to use human and animal drug products intended to be sterile that are produced and distributed by Ranier’sContinue reading… FDA: Do not use sterile products from Ranier’s