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Health Certificate Endorsement Notice

October 1, 2015:

A notice to members that the United States Department of Agriculture's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service has recently made a change to its endorsement of health certificates at border ports....read on

Spread The Word, Not Germs

August 19, 2015:

Equine Guelph, in partnership with the Ontario horse racing industry, has launched a targeted, racing-specific biosecurity training program for all levels of the racing industry - from key stakeholders all the way down to grassroots....read on

Sudbury Horse Contracts West Nile Virus

August 13, 2015:

Officials with Sudbury & District Health Unit have announced that a horse in the city of Greater Sudbury has tested positive for West Nile virus (WNv)....read on

Input Sought On Biosecurity Standards

April 29, 2015:

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA), in collaboration with Equine Canada, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) and other partner organizations, is working to develop a farm and facility-level biosecurity standard that will help protect Canada's equine industry from animal diseases....read on

Nutrition Right From The Start

April 12, 2015:

"Increasing the plane of nutrition should start at conception rather than waiting for the last trimester."...read on

Equine Herpes Positive In PA Horse

April 2, 2015:

Officials with the Maryland Department of Agriculture have announced that a horse from Pennsylvania that was in a Maryland on March 15 has tested positive for the equine herpes virus....read on

Equine Herpes Claims Michigan Horse

March 24, 2015:

It has been reported that a horse in Michigan had to be euthanized this past weekend after it was determined that it was infected with equine herpes (EHV-1)....read on

Equine Herpes Warning For Ontario

February 27, 2015:

The Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA) has been notified of a confirmed case of Equine Herpes Myeloencephalopathy (EHM), caused by equine herpes virus 1 (EHV-1), in Ontario....read on

Two Equine Herpes Cases In MN

February 19, 2015:

It has been reported that horsepeople in the state of Minnesota should be on the lookout for signs of equine herpes within their stock, as two cases have been confirmed....read on

Commission To Meet With Vets

February 10, 2015:

Officials from the Ontario Racing Commission have announced that in the interest of ongoing dialogue with the veterinarian community, the ORC will be meeting with its licensed veterinarians Wednesday evening (February 11) in Guelph....read on

Is Your Horse's Heart Healthy?

October 27, 2014:

Arterial calcification sounds like something heard in a visit to the doctor, but new research finds that horses -- especially racehorses -- also need to keep an eye on this problem that affects the heart....read on

Strangles Reported In P.E.I.

August 1, 2014:

Officials with Maritime Provinces Harness Racing Commission have announced that there have been two confirmed cases of Strangles in yearlings at a farm in western P.E.I....read on

EHV-1 At Assiniboia Downs

April 29, 2014:

The Ontario Racing Commission has announced that the Manitoba Horse Racing Commission has issued a release confirming a case of neurological Equine Herpes Virus-1 (EHV-1) at Assiniboia Downs, a racetrack located in Winnipeg, Manitoba....read on

More Nova Scotia Strangles Cases

April 23, 2014:

Veterinarian Dr. Paul Johnston of the Avon Animal Hospital in Windsor, Nova Scotia has been cited as saying that he is aware of 12 to 15 cases of strangles in the West Hants area....read on

Strangles Confirmed In Nova Scotia

April 21, 2014:

The CBC has reported that a case of strangles has been confirmed in the Windsor area of Nova Scotia....read on


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