The smallest details of farm management often have the greatest impact on a horse’s general wellness, and such strategies provide a critical template for minimizing the risk for contracting disease. By being proactive and implementing disease-reducing programs based on risk, season, and climate, a horse owner can make a major difference in controlling horse health on a farm.
All the little details of management add up to a comprehensive program that provides the healthiest environment for your horse. Ask your vet about even the most basic of preventive care strategies, as ever-evolving scientific findings continually modify equine health care practices.
This free report provides you with an annual checklist categorized by season so your horse will be healthy and sound throughout the year
- Veterinarians Urge Vaccination against West Nile Virus
- Increased Equine West Nile Virus Activity in 2012
- Horse Vaccines in 2012: Where We Stand
- EHV-1 Inactivated Vaccine Efficacy Tested (AAEP 2011)
- Equine Infectious Disease Control in Developing Countries
- Biosecurity for Hospitals and Horse Farms
- Neurologic EHV-1: An Overview
- Management Strategies to Enhance Vaccine Efficacy
- Diagnosing Neurologic EHV-1: Back to Basics
- EHV-1 Outbreak: Case Total Holding Steady