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horses entering the grounds must be accompanied by documentation of Equine Influenza Virus and Equine Herpes Virus (Rhinopneumonitis) vaccinations within six months prior to entering the stables.” Exhibitors must provide documentation when a ...
StreetInsider · 8 hours ago
New vaccine not developed According to Jaworski, it is recommended that horses are vaccinated for EHV-1 and EHV-4, but with a new mutation of the EHV-1 virus, a specific vaccine has not been developed. "Much like …
New Jersey Herald · 1/28/2016
Equine Influenza (horse flu) is a highly infectious disease in which the affected animal (horse, donkey, mule or zebra) will have several symptoms including a high fever and a dry cough. Blood tests and nasal swabs are necessary for definitive diagnosis ...
Horse Talk · 10/7/2013
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Most respondents vaccinated once per year against eastern equine encephalomyelitis, equine herpesvirus, equine influenza, rabies, western equine encephalomyelitis, and West Nile virus. And nearly 78 percent of all …
American Veterinary Medical Association · 1/27/2016
“There are two current strains of influenza. The first strain (H3N8 influenza A virus) reported in the United States emerged in 2004 and was closely related to equine influenza,” said James Evermann, professor of …
The Daily Evergeen · 1/26/2016
Influenza epidemics in horses date as far back as 433 A.D. In more recent times, an 1872 outbreak in Canada and the northeastern United States brought all equine-based commerce, transportation, and services to a standstill—an estimated 80-99% of …
The Horse · ByNancy S. Loving · 8/19/2015
Mr McGauran, a former federal agriculture minister who oversaw the government’s response to the equine influenza outbreak in 2007, has headed Racing Australia since 2012. He said Australia was strongly supporting the Asian Racing Federation’s …
The Australian · 2/3/2016
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equine influenza, and African horse sickness. And for some reason, these blood-sucking insects don't like to land on black-and-white stripes. Gabor Horvath from Eotvos University showed that through several …
The Atlantic · 1/26/2016
Equine flu (as equine influenza is more commonly know) is caused by various strains of the influenza virus that affect the upper and lower respiratory tract of horses, donkeys and mules. The virus is similar to the flu virus that affects people, but it is ...
Horse and Hound · 11/20/2014
Influenza is not seasonal in horses in the same way winter seems to be “flu season” for humans. But there are similarities and differences in the human and equine flu viruses: Both are highly contagious. Clinical signs are similar: coughing, nasal ...
Veterinary Practice News · 4/17/2009