Vaccinations

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Controlling Strangles in Horses

April 04, 2008

Strangles is a highly contagious disease that affects lymph nodes and potentially other organs in the horse.... Read More

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What's New in Equine Vaccines

April 04, 2008

Equine vaccination is more complicated than it seems. Learn about various factors affecting equine immunity.... Read More

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Strategies to Enhance Vaccine Efficiency

April 04, 2008

Equine vaccines: the best defense is a good offense.... Read More

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Crossing Boundaries: Broodmare Vaccination

April 04, 2008

Vaccination of broodmares is one of the least expensive strategies breeders can use to protect mares and foals... Read More

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Vaccinations for Youngsters

April 04, 2008

Answers to: At what age should you start vaccinating foals, and for what diseases? ... Read More

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Vaccination Schedules for Adult Horses

April 04, 2008

Vaccination protocols for mature horses vary from area to area. What's right for your horse?... Read More

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South African Horse Sickness Cases Approach 300

March 25, 2008

African horse sickness (AHS) has struck close to 300 horses in South Africa so far this year, killing approximately half of them and prompting an embargo on horse transports in Western Cape. The area on equine lockdown includes the country's... Read More

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Florida Official Urges EEE Vaccination; 9 Deaths Reported

March 21, 2008

Florida horse owners are being urged to take advantage of the vaccines available to protect their animals against Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE) and West Nile virus, said Florida Agriculture and Consumer Services Commissioner Charles H. Bronson.... Read More

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Fighting Equine Influenza: Winning the Battle but Losing the War?

March 18, 2008

Over the course of a few short months, the Australian horse flu outbreak cost the country approximately $100 million AU ($92.6 million US) and caused racing, breeding, and other performance horse-related activities to effectively grind to a halt... Read More

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Understanding Equine Influenza

February 28, 2008

Influenza in horses, learning the basics.... Read More

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Readers Respond: Calling the Shots

February 21, 2008

More than 1,800 readers of TheHorse.com responded to a poll asking, "When do you vaccinate your horse(s)?"

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Control of Equine Influenza Requires Diligence

February 03, 2008

The outbreaks of equine influenza (EI) that occurred in 2007 in Japan and Australia are a jolting reminder that influenza viruses use simple--but very effective--strategies for their own survival, and that our lack of attention allows this virus to... Read More

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New Vaccination Guidelines for Horses Released

January 25, 2008

Revised guidelines for the vaccination of horses are now available from the Infectious Disease Committee of the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP). The committee, chaired by Mary Scollay, DVM, has made recommendations for the us... Read More

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Strangles Management and Prevention

November 01, 2007


New strategies for management and prevention.

It is not uncommon for strangles infections to recur on a farm, and until recent years there have been misconceptions about how this... Read More

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Understanding West Nile Virus

October 02, 2007

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NAHMS Equine Studies

October 01, 2007

The National Animal Health Monitoring Systems (NAHMS), a program within the USDA's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, conducts various animal health studies. NAHMS conducted specific studies of equine health and management during 1998 and... Read More

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Older Horses Part 3: Vaccinations and Deworming

September 01, 2007

Experts share opinions and research on guidelines for deworming and vaccinating aging equines. ... Read More

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PHF Vaccine Efficacy: Better Safe than Sorry?

August 01, 2007

Has there been new research completed on the available vaccines for Potomac horse fever?... Read More

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Health Problems of Young Horses in Training

August 01, 2007

Young horses in training are vulnerable to a wide variety of problems--everything from respiratory disease to training injuries. These horses are often taken off the farm where they grew up, transported to training facilities where they... Read More

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EVA (Equine Viral Arteritis) Update

August 01, 2007

Over the past year there has been considerable fear in the breeding industry --especially the Quarter Horse industry--about the spread of equine viral arteritis (EVA). Although the disease has been around for a long time, confirmed outbreaks of EVA... Read More

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Oklahoma Horse Owners Urged to Vaccinate Animals Against WNV

July 28, 2007

Oklahoma state veterinarians are encouraging horse owners to have their animals vaccinated against the potentially deadly West Nile virus.

The virus is carried by mosquitoes and officials say because of the rainy summer mosquitoes are... Read More

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Influenza Canarypox Vaccine Reduces Clinical Signs and Shedding

July 20, 2007

Researchers found that clinical signs of influenza and virus shedding were significantly reduced in horses vaccinated with a recombinant canarypox-vectored influenza vaccine and experimentally exposed to influenza compared to unvaccinated horses... Read More

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Medicine and Disease

March 23, 2007

Equine authorities at the 2006 AAEP Convention discussed numerous medical topics, get the summary here.... Read More

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Fjord Horse Registry Offering Registration Amnesty

March 21, 2007

The Norwegian Fjord Horse Registry announces a registration amnesty period from April 1, 2007 to May 31, 2007. During this period, Fjord Horse owners will be able to register their horses at reduced fees.

"There appears to be a large number... Read More

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Vaccination Principles

March 18, 2007

Debra Sellon, DVM, PhD, associate professor of equine medicine at Washington State University's vet school, spoke about equine vaccination principles and strategies at the Western Performance Horse Forum held in Nampa, Idaho, on Feb. 15-17. She... Read More