Final reminder for NAHMS equine study

What equine industry information would you like to know more about? Take this survey by Oct. 1.

Did you know that ticks were found on one in seven equids according to the 2015 USDA APHIS | National Animal Health Monitoring System (NAHMS) study? Ticks can transmit serious diseases, including Lyme disease and equine piroplasmosis.

Would you be interested in knowing if equine tick infestations have changed in the last 10 years? What other information would you like to know about the equine industry?

Input needed

Please provide input to help NAHMS develop its study objectives for the next NAHMS equine study by completing this 10-minute survey: The survey will be open through October 1, 2023, so act soon to help us identify information gaps in the equine industry.

Results of previous NAHMS studies of the equine industry, including our most recent study from 2015, are available at this link.

This is the second and final reminder to fill out the survey. Inquiries regarding the survey or NAHMS equine studies may be sent to [email protected].




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