|Other titles||National Animal Health Monitoring System Equine "98.|
|Series||APHIS Veterinary Services info sheet|
|Contributions||United States. Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service. Veterinary Services. Centers for Epidemiology and Animal Health., National Animal Health Monitoring System (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
national animal health monitoring systems (nahms) equine '98 study: salmonella fecal shedding in the u.s. horse population and presence of salmonella in grain/concentrate sources on equine operations ( ) traub -dargatz jl 1, garber lp 2, fedorka -cra y pj 3, ladely s 3, ferris ke 4. NAHMS Equine ’98 Study included 2, equine operations that reportedly had ≥ 1 equid on Jan 1, Of these, oper-ations that had ≥ 3 full-sized horses or horse foals on Jan 1, were eligible to participate in the present study. Data collection—A survey instrument was developedCited by: Highlights from Equine “Changes in the U.S. Equine Industry, ” This report is primarily devoted to comparing the study findings from NAHMS Equine ‘98, , and studies for selected equine health and management practices. The same 28 . The equine hospital population likely varies from the general population of horses residing on their Fig. 1. Regions for Equine ’98 Salmonella analysis. The map illustrates the 28 states that were included in the NAHMS Equine ’98 study and shows which states were included in the Southern and Northern regions. AAEP PROCEEDINGS / Vol.
NAHMS Equine Survey Findings. In , the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Animal Health Monitoring System’s (NAHMS) Equine study collected data regarding health and management practices from a representative sample of equine operations in 28 : Katie Navarra. Downloadable! The National Animal Health Monitoring System (NAHMS) is sponsored by the USDA:APHIS:Veterinary Services (VS). The NAHMS Equine '98 Study was designed to provide information about the nation's equine population for education and research purposes. Equine viral arteritis population for education and research purposes. Equine viral arteritis (EVA) is an infectious . Downloadable! The NAHMS Equine '98 Study was designed to provide both participants and the industry with information on the nation's equine population for education and research. The USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) collaborated with NAHMS to select a statistically valid sample such that inferences can be made for all places with equids and for all equids in the. Data for the study was collected through interviews and surveys conducted in 28 states, chosen in part because of the size and density of their equine populations. In all, 3, randomly selected equine operations participated in the study, and percent of equids (horses, mules, donkeys) living in the United States were represented.
The National Animal Health Monitoring System (NAHMS), a nonregulatory division of USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service—Veterinary Services, in collaboration with the . The largest and most accessible body of quotable statistics is the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Animal Health Monitoring System (NAHMS) “Equine ’98 Study”, which collected facts and figures on the health of horses on farms and ranches in 28 states. This was amended by updates in and Gathering information about Equine Protozoal Myeloencephalitis (EPM) was identified by the equine industry as one of the highest priorities for the NAHMS Equine '98 study. Overall, percent of owners/operators interviewed had never heard of EPM, and only percent considered themselves knowledgeable about this disease. This definitive textbook for equine veterinary nurses will be invaluable to all those involved in the care and management of sick horses. Endorsed by the British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA), this book covers the syllabus for the new Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons equine 5/5(1).