Equine Biosecurity Risk Calculator

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Welcome to the Equine Biosecurity Risk Calculator. The Calculator is an educational resource of Equine Guelph (University of Guelph) developed in partnership with Colorado State University and the American Association of Equine Practitioners, and is sponsored by Vétoquinol Canada Inc. This tool provides information on equine health, infectious disease and infectious disease control.

EQUINE GUELPH thanks Vétoquinol Canada Inc. for sponsoring the Biosecurity Risk Calculator
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• CALCULATE THE BIOSECURITY RISK ON YOUR FARM •

Is Your Farm at Risk?

Complete this questionnaire and find out how your farm rates - plus learn ways to improve the areas that are at risk.

The survey takes approximately 10 minutes to complete. Please chose the answer(s) that best reflects your farm.
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Information presented is for educational purposes only. It should not be used for the diagnosis or management of disease, and should never replace information from your veterinarian.
 

Featured Resources

  Protect Your Horse From Infectious Diseases
with
biosecurity eWorkshop
 

Additional Resources:

Biosecurity - Cleaning Infosheet Fecal Collection How-to Video
Biosecurity - Hand Hygiene Infosheet Horse Events: Biosecurity guidelines for organizers and competitors
Biosecurity - If your horse is sick Infosheet Horse Health Check
Biosecurity tips for Horse Farms Horse Health Check
Biosecurity - Travelling Horse Infosheet Horse Health Check (diagram)
Biosecurity - When & How to Isolate Horse Management and Biosecurity Check
Equine Biosecurity Policies & Best Practices
Guide (Alberta Equestrian Federation)
(link) Open Owners Information sheet (pdf) Horse Owners Info Sheet
Equine Biosecurity Poster Vaccination Equi-Planner Tool
Equine Guelph Education Programs Worms and Germs Blog (information on equine infectious disease)
    Worms and Germs Map
 

Equine Guelph thanks:

Dr. Josie Traub-Dargatz and Dr. Alanna Kirby, Colorado State University, for providing content
and Dr. Scott Weese, Ontario Veterinary College, for reviewing content
and
the American Association of Equine Practitioners Foundation (AAEP Foundation) for their support.