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TheHorse.com- Equine Infectious Anemia Outbreak Hits Western Canada | Print |

August 16, 2012-- Equine health website, TheHorse.com has published an article regarding the Equine Infectious Anemia outbreak in Western Canada. As of June 30, there have been 105 identified cases in Canada according to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency. The cases are confined to Western Canadian provinces. The full article can be read here.

 
NFAHW Survey | Print |

August 10, 2012-- The National Farmed Animal Health and Welfare Council (NFAHW) is conducting a survey on Anticipation and Agri-Intelligence. Agri-intelligence is a tool used by governments and industry to inform strategic decision making, and information gained in this survey will assist the NFAHW in developing advice on agri-intelligence and anticipation.

 
Horse Tests Positive for Vesicular Stomatitis in Las Animas, Colorado August 2, 2012 | Print |

August 8, 2012 - A horse tested positive for vesicular stomatitis (VS) in Las Animas County, Colorado on August 2, 2012. Vesicular Stomatitis is a reportable disease as per the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA), meaning that horse owners must immediately report the presence of any horse suspected of being affected by the disease. The disease causes blister-like lesions to be formed on the inside of the mouth, nose and hooves, alongside flu like symptoms and anorexia.

 
Health Alert: Mosquito-Borne Diseases | Print |

West Nile Virus (WNV) Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) and West Nile Virus (WNV) are viruses that can cause fatal neurologic disease in horses. The viruses are carried in the bird population and spread by mosquitoes.

 
CFIA Publishes Update on Equine Diseases in Canada for the 2nd Quarter 2012 | Print |

August 8, 2012- The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has released an update on infectious equine diseases in Canada for the 2nd quarter 2012. The report outlines the biosecurity measures in place relating to the reporting and eradication of infectious equine diseases in Canada.

 
 
New Stakeholder Survey Seeks Continued Input to National Equine Code of Practice | Print |

June 28, 2012 — Equine owners and others with an interest in equine welfare have an opportunity to provide input into the revision to Canada’s Equine Code of Practice through online surveys.

 
Positive EVH-1 in Douglas County, Colorado | Print |

May 16, 2012—A horse in Douglas County, Colorado, United States, has tested positive for equine herpesvirus-1, according to a statement from the Colorado Department of Agriculture (CDA), and the facility at which the horse resided has been placed under quarantine.

 
Suspected EHV-1 Reported in Tennessee | Print |

May 16, 2012—The Tennessee Department of Agriculture (TDA) of the United States has received reports of suspected cases of Equine Herpesvirus (EHV-1) infection in horses that participated in a recent trail ride in Tennessee. Six to eightsuspected cases of the neurological form of EHV-1 have been reported to the state veterinarian's office. Horses are being treated, isolated and monitored by their attending veterinarian.

 
Two Horses Confirmed Infected with Vesicular Stomatitis (VS) in New Mexico (NM), United States — Import Restrictions Updated | Print |
May 3, 2012—Two horses in the state of New Mexico, Otero County, were confirmed with Vesicular Stomatitis (VS) on April 20, 2012.  This is the first detection of active VS in the United States since 2010.
 
Equine Canada Releases Special Report: The Economics of Horse Racing in Canada | Print |

March 20, 2012 — The Ontario horse racing industry is contributing $4.5 billion or 77 per cent of the total annual economic contributions from racing in Canada, according to a new study released today by Equine Canada and Strategic Equine. The Economics of Horse Racing in Canada, an in‐depth report on the horse racing industry on a province‐by‐province basis, identifies the significant economic contributions realized through horse racing in Canada – the industry generates more than 47,000 full-time equivalent jobs and $5.7 billion annually to the national economy.  

 
Input to Canada’s New Equine Code of Practice — Stakeholders Urged to Complete Second Survey | Print |
Ottawa, ON – The National Farm Animal Care Council (NFACC) is conducting a second survey to gain further stakeholder input as it revises Canada’s official Equine Code of Practice which serves as our national understanding of equine care requirements and recommended best practices.
 
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