Vaccine efficacy is dependent not only on the vaccine, but also on how you manage your horses and their levels of exposure to infectious agents. Not only is a strategic vaccination program important, but the housing and handling of horses on a farm can enhance vaccination efficacy.
A key strategy is to stop communicable diseases before they enter a property. This means examining and quarantining all horses before they enter your facility, providing quality hay to maximize inner health and immune system, as well as segregating horses into small groups to limit transmission of disease.
This free report provides the horse owner and caretaker with tips and strategies on protecting your horses from infectious and contagious diseases with proper management strategies.
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