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From the monthly archives: September 2014

We are pleased to present below all posts archived in 'September 2014'. If you still can't find what you are looking for, try using the search box.

Flu Outbreaks diagnosed by AHT

Several outbreaks of equine influenza have recently been diagnosed in the UK by the Animal Health Trust. Areas affected in the last two weeks include CORNWALLESSEXSOMERSET and SUSSEX in England, and EAST LOTHIAN and PERTHSHIRE in Scotland. Some of the affected horses were recently imported from Ireland.

Please be on the lookout for the classic influenza signs including a harsh dry cough, nasal discharge, pyrexia and inappetance. Particularly in these areas, or in horses that have recently been transported. Signs may be mild in vaccinated horses.

24th September 2014

Credit: http://www.equiflunet.org.uk/

Trade in Germinal Products - Changes in CEM & EVA Testing

Defra Notice

BHA Comment on Daily Mirror Photos

BHA respond to controversial images published in the Daily Mirror

UK to Introduce Central Equine Database

Endorsement of Tougher EU Laws in Wake of Horse Meat Scandal

£10m Chinese thoroughbred horse deal announced

UK Horses Can Now Be Exported To China

HRH The Princess Royal to attend BEVA Congress

Patron Of Charity Since 2003

Equine vets have the highest injury risk of all civilian professions

Results From BEVA Survey Highlight Risks

RCVS: UK vets bolstering call for compulsory EU wide standards

High standards of veterinary practice needed across Europe

VMD Release Revised Information For Horse Owners

Document Outlines Recording The Use Of Veterinary Medicines

Countryside Alliance: We stand alongside charities calling for change on fly grazing

Landmark report on fly-grazing launched