At home, your horse lives in an environment that you or barn staff strive to keep “biosecure”—well-defended against infectious disease with sound management practices and vigilance. But when you and your horse head off to a show, race, or trail ride, you’re taking him out of that controlled environment and exposing him to unfamiliar horses.
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- Imported Horses: Prevalence of Fevers Examined (AAEP 2011)
- Managing Bacterial Pneumonia in Adult Horses (AAEP 2011)
- Study Evaluates Pheromone Gel's Calming Effects on Horses
- Are Stabled Horses at Increased Risk for Developing Colic?
- Travel Documents: Know What You Need to Travel with Horses
- Biosecurity for Hospitals and Horse Farms
- 'Map' Airborne Particles in Barns to Minimize Airway Disease
- Ask the Vet LIVE Q&A: Healthy, Safe Trailering
- Shipping Fever: Prevention is Key