AAEP Updates Its General Equine Biosecurity Guidelines

The AAEP revised the cutoff for a temperature to be considered a fever, resources on integrated pest management, and guidelines clarifying regulatory involvement’s role in outbreak situations.

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The American Association of Equine Practitioners has updated its General Biosecurity Guidelines. The guidelines were developed as an instructional resource for equine veterinarians who are working collaboratively with clients and industry stakeholders to develop and implement biosecurity plans on equine facilities. Guideline revisions include a change of the cutoff for a temperature to be considered a fever, updated resources on integrated pest management, and updated guidelines to clarify the role of regulatory involvement in outbreak situations.

You can read and download the AAEP’s General Biosecurity Guidelines on the organization’s website.


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