Promoting Biosecurity in the Equine Community: A New Resource for Extension Educators and the Equine Industry
For biosecurity practices to be effective in the equine industry, they must be tailored to the unique challenges faced by horse owners (e.g., close animal contact, manure handling, and reliance on heavy visitor traffic). The Tools For Promoting Biosecurity in Vermont's Equine Industry CD-ROM will help Extension educators with limited equine background answer questions regarding horse housing, health, and management. The CD-ROM also enables horse owners to evaluate their facilities in terms of how much risk of infectious disease they face and helps them design preventative plans to make their facilities safer for both animals and clientele.
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Ather, J., & Greene, E. A. (2005). Promoting Biosecurity in the Equine Community: A New Resource for Extension Educators and the Equine Industry. The Journal of Extension, 43(1), Article 27. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol43/iss1/27