Equine Viral Arteritis (EVA)

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Questions to Ask Before Breeding a Mare

Thinking of breeding your mare this spring? The recent outbreak of contagious equine metritis (CEM, which is caused by bacterium Taylorella equigenitalis) in the United States and the previous outbreak of equine viral arteritis (EVA) have

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Review of French Equine Research Provided at Event


More than 200 researchers, veterinarians, breeders, and other equine professionals participated in the 34th annual French Equine Research Day held Feb. 28 in Paris, France. The event, sponsored by the French National Stud, provides a forum

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French National Stud Recovering from EVA Outbreak

Eight stallions of the French national stud have been castrated and two others removed from the breeding site in an effort to control the spread of a recent outbreak of equine viral arteritis (EVA) in northwestern France.

No new EVA cases

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EVA (Equine Viral Arteritis) Update

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

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AAEP 2006: Reproduction Forum

Drug compounding, the ethics of treating cryptorchids, and sexually transmitted diseases were the hot topics discussed by equine practitioners at the Reproduction Forum, led by Steven Brinsko, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACT, associate professor of

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Biologic and Therapeutic Options Discussed

The Biologic and Therapeutic Agents Forum at the 2006 AAEP Convention was facilitated by Craig Barnett, DVM, Intervet Senior Equine Technical Services Specialist, and co-facilitator Carol Clark, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM, of Peterson & Smith

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Reproduction Problems

Drug compounding, the ethics of treating cryptorchids, and sexually transmitted diseases were the hot topics discussed by equine practitioners at the Reproduction Forum.

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Equine Viral Arteritis in 2006

Last year was marked by the re-emergence of equine viral arteritis (EVA) on a widespread scale in the United States, with evidence of infection confirmed in 10 states. The occurrence was significant in that it represented the first major incursion

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