Equine Viral Arteritis (EVA)
July 01, 2001
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has released a video entitled "Equine Viral Arteritis (EVA): A Manageable Problem." EVA is an acute, contagious viral equine disease that can cause fever, respiratory illness, ocular... Read More
June 08, 2001
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has released a video entitled “Equine Viral Arteritis (EVA): A Manageable Problem.” EVA is an acute, contagious viral equine disease that can cause fever, respiratory illness, ocular... Read More
January 01, 2001
The American Horse Shows Association (AHSA) and the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (MSPCA) Nevins Farm & Equine Centre have published Guidelines for Horse Transport by Road & Air.
These guidelines... Read More
October 06, 2000
The U.S. Department of Agriculture needs your help to develop an equine viral arteritis (EVA) regulatory program for U.S. horses.
The equine industry regards the disease as a potentially significant and increasing economic threat.... Read More
September 22, 2000
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is soliciting public comment to help develop options for an equine viral arteritis regulatory program for horses within the United States.
"After evaluating public comment, we will determine whether to... Read More
January 01, 2000
The potentially life-threatening disease equine viral arteritis (EVA) and its effect on young foals and pregnant mares are the subject of a new client-education brochure developed by the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP).... Read More
October 01, 1999
The potentially life-threatening disease Equine Viral Arteritis (EVA) and its effect on young foals and pregnant mares is the subject of a new client-education brochure developed by the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP).... Read More
April 01, 1999
Vaccines have been true godsends the world over. Diseases that once laid waste to large segments of the human population now are held in check by vaccines. One of those killing diseases, smallpox, has been eradicated. Much the same has happened... Read More
February 01, 1999
Imagine the following telephone conversation. "Yes, I'd like to order some disease, please."
"Yes, ma'am. We can get some disease right out to you. When do you want your disease delivered?"
"The sooner, the better!"... Read More
February 01, 1999
Wonder where your veterinarian was the first week in December? If he or she is at the top of the game as an equine practitioner, you probably could find him or her enjoying the weather in Baltimore, Md., site of the 44th American Association of... Read More
August 01, 1997
Welfare. Regulation. Legislation. Disease prevention. These are the issues facing horse owners at all levels, and these are the issues that the American Horse Council tackled at its annual convention. These items not only affect horse owners on... Read More
July 01, 1996
There are an estimated six million equines in the United States. In some states, the horse industry is a multi-billion-dollar business, contributing substantially to the state and local tax base, as well as providing employment, entertainment,... Read More
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Q. Q: Is it possible for a gelding to have equine viral arteritis? I've read all about this disease in mares and stallions, but I have not read anything about it in geldings. Nikki A: It is certainly possible for a gelding to develop this disease. All categories of horses are