Dr. Josie Traub-Dargatz shares lessons learned from equine disease outbreaks and tactics for avoiding infection spread.
Photo by Alexandra Beckstett, The Horse Managing Editor
From 1995 to 2014, the OIE received reports of 54 disease events associated with international horse movement.
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- International Horse Movements and Disease Risk
- International Equine Disease Report, First Quarter 2017
- EHV Confirmed in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Horse
- Seven Tips to Help Keep Your Horse Healthy When Traveling
- UK Graduate Student Spotlight: Bora Nam
- EIA, EHM, Strangles Confirmed in Colorado Horses
- Sacramento County EHV Quarantine Released
- EHV Confirmed in Sacramento County, California, Horse
- UK Graduate Student Spotlight: Fatai Oladunni
- UKVDL Map of the Month: EHV-1 Abortions
- Castration In The Horse
- Hypersalivation in Horses
- Infographic: Vaccinating Your Horse
- Study: Not All Biosecurity Protocols Effective
- Vaccination Basics For Horses
- Neurologic EHV-1: The Top Five Things You Need to Know
- My Horse Has a Fever: Now What?
- Vaccination Yearly Planner
- EHV-1 Inactivated Vaccine Efficacy Tested (AAEP 2011)
- Equine Infectious Disease Outbreak Response 101
Farm Call: Your Questions Answered
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