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Equine 2005: baseline reference of equine health management strategies at equine events in six states, 2005



Equine 2005: baseline reference of equine health management strategies at equine events in six states, 2005



USDA APHIS National Animal Health Monitoring System (May): iv + 69 pp



This study was conducted to investigate the health management factors at different equine events that could impact the occurrence and potential spread of equine infectious diseases. The United States Department of Agriculture's (USDA) National Animal Health Monitoring System (NAHMS) developed a list of equine events for California, Colorado, Florida, Kentucky, New York and Texas.

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