equine infectious anaemia


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equine infectious anaemia

n
(Veterinary Science) vet science a viral disease of horses, donkeys, and mules characterized by fever, anaemia, jaundice, depression, and weight loss. Abbreviation: EIA
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Comigel claims it sourced its meat from Romania, which has been subjected to export restrictions due to the prevalence of the viral disease equine infectious anaemia in the country.
Two years ago, the European y g p Union banned the export of live horses from Romania to prevent the spread of equine infectious anaemia, a disease also known as swamp fever or horse AIDS.
Danedream's last race was the Grosser Preis von Baden, which she won for the second time in early September, and she was being prepared to defend her Arc title when news broke that the Cologne training area where she is based would be placed under quarantine following a case of equine infectious anaemia, or swamp fever, at the course.
Aside from the nonappearance of Danedream, as a result of the outbreak of Equine Infectious Anaemia near her training base in Cologne, the column inches in the build-up to the race have been dominated by the news that Frankie Dettori has been booked by Aidan O'Brien to ride dual classic winner Camelot as the trainer's son Joseph cannot make the 8st 11lb weight on the three-year-old.
DEFRA, the Government's department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, has confirmed that a horse in Cornwall has tested positive for Equine Infectious Anaemia (EIA), commonly known as 'swamp fever'.
John Graham, 64, owner of Lintonville Stables at Ashington, appeared before South East Northumberland magistrates having brought a horse into the country from Holland with equine infectious anaemia - commonly known as swamp fever.
Equine Infectious Anaemia (EIA), commonly known as Swamp Fever, is a highly infectious equine disease transmitted by horse flies, mosquitoes and other blood-sucking insects.
The Irish government has confirmed the presence of swamp fever or Equine Infectious Anaemia (EIA) in a small number of horses in the Meath/Kildare area.
Equine Infectious Anaemia (EIA) or swamp fever, which has never been recorded in Ireland before, has already killed two horses on a stud farm in Co Meath.
The second case of Equine Infectious Anaemia (EIA) was detected in a horse at a livery yard in an undisclosed location in Devon.
We are the biggest training centre in Germany and one horse has tested positive for equine infectious anaemia (EIA).
All 350 horses in training in Cologne are being tested for equine infectious anaemia, after the positive test for the virus there that came to light last week and resulted in the travel ban.

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