Sunday , November 29 2020
Home / Home / Archives / EIA Found in Six Horses in Tennessee

EIA Found in Six Horses in Tennessee

Six horses in Tennessee have test positive for equine infectious anemia (EIA). The most common test to detect EIA is the coggins test, which should be updated every year or if there is a transfer in owners. This disease is an incurable disease and can be passed by biting flies. To read more about EIA and its symptoms click on the link below.

View Full Article

Comments

comments

Check Also

2017 Heart of Dixie Reining Horse Association Southeast Affiliate Regional Championships – Bud Roebuck

Bud Roebuck shares his story of resiliency and coming back from a disaster. Bud’s barn …

2017 Heart of Dixie Reining Horse Association Southeast Affiliate Championships – Dave Moore_2

Reiners are family. When one member is down, the family steps up to help. In …

2017 Heart of Dixie Reining Horse Association Southeast Affiliate Regional Championships – Dave Moore

  Hurricane Irma swept through the Florida peninsula with forceful winds and tornadoes. Dave Moore’s …

NRHA Rundown – Corporate Partners Members Discounts – Sammi Miller

  Sammi Miller talks about members’ discounts with Corporate Sponsors and the importance of supporting …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *