Relocating a horse from one farm to another is rarely as simple as loading him onto the trailer and dropping him off at his new digs. A move requires time and preparation, taking into consideration everything from how the transition will affect your horse’s diet to smart biosecurity practices if he will be exposed to new horses. To help you stay organized and ensure no detail of your horse’s care is missed during a move, we’ve created a basic relocation checklist for before and after the big day. Download and print it and check all the boxes as you go.
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- Equine Piroplasmosis: An In-Depth Review (AAEP 2010)
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