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Biosecurity; horse farm biosecurity

Horse Farm Biosecurity

Infectious diseases such as equine herpesvirus can can be spread via exposed horses and on equipment. Here are the best ways to avoid this and keep your horses healthy.

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Common Sense Biosecurity

Biosecurity for Show Horses

Horse shows and events can act as petri dishes for infectious agents. Learn about the common pathogens horses encounter and how to protect your horse from them.

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North Carolina Owners: Vaccinate Horses Against Rabies

Fall Vaccines for Horses

Horses might need additional risk-based vaccines in the fall months, depending on location and activities.

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Equine Vaccination Do’s and Don’ts

Determining exactly which vaccines a horse needs can be confusing. Here are some basic do’s and don’ts to make sure you’re providing the disease protection your horse needs.

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how to protect your horse from equine influenza; Massachusetts Horse Owners Urged to Vaccinate

Equine Vaccination: What, When, and Why?

Regular, strategic vaccination is a safe, effective method to greatly minimize the chances of deadly diseases impacting your herd. Learn more in this article from the April 2022 issue of The Horse.

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