BLM announces grants to support wild horse and burro initiatives
The targeted projects are based in Colorado, Oregon and Utah
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BLM to begin Reveille wild horse gather
Officials seek to maintain a healthy population size, protect rangeland resources and restore a thriving natural ecological balance.
Proactive Care Tips for Broodmares
Spring welcomes many exciting aspects, especially for those who are in the midst of or preparing for foaling season. Now is a great time to check in with your veterinarian to keep preventive health care...
Get ready for spring!
Are you and your horse ready for this busy season? The 5-point checklist in this edition of EQUUS Extra can help. From preventive care for your horse to reviewing the readiness of your gear and trailer,...
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Is Your Horse Protected From Seasonal Flu Outbreaks?
Influenza exposure is inevitable: Help prevent the flu and support health. Equine Influenza Virus (EIV) is an extremely contagious disease of horses and considered to be one of the most important viral...
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EQUUS 'Farm Calls' episode 24: West Nile virus in horses
More than 250,000 horses have been reported to have West Nile virus (WNV) since it was first identified in the United States in 1999.
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EQUUS 'Farm Calls' episode 18: Equine rabies
Tune in as we talk to Dr. Sarah Colmer about this deadly equine disease and what you need to know about it.
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Disease prevention: "Core" versus "risk- based" vaccines
Core vaccines protect against diseases that pose a threat to all horses. Risk-based vaccines are administerd based on a horse's situation.
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Is Your Horse Protected?
How much does your horse mean to you? How important is protecting your horse against serious diseases that are potentially fatal…and preventable?
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March | Spring Vaccinations, Grazing Muzzles, Shedding Patterns
[upbeat music playing then fading out] Laurie: Welcome to the Three Things podcast from EQUUS; a quick rundown of some relevant and practical horse-keeping tips you can use in the month ahead. I’m...
The equine contribution to the new CoVID-19 vaccine
An equine West Nile Virus product was a forerunner of the new CoVID-19 vaccine.
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Fatal eastern equine encephalitis case in South Carolina is the 16th in that state for 2020
The 8-year-old mare was was vaccinated but still contracted the insect-borne viral disease.