Equine species are one of the mammal family of Equidae
that includes the modern horse, zebras and asses.
The beneficiaries of support are small farms with at least 3 hectares and less than 6 hectares of comparable agricultural land (PKP), reared at least 3 heads of livestock (LSU) and less than 15 LSUs, provide loads with grassland animals (cattle, equidae
, sheep and goats) in the area of ?
Equine Infectious Anemia Virus (EIAV) is a simple, macrophage-tropic lentivirus that infects members of the family Equidae
Internal Diseases and Nutrition of Equidae
, Istanbul University Press, Istanbul (Turkey).
Valerio (2010) y Laurito & Valerio (2010) con base en la presencia de los equidos Calippus hondurensis y Dinohippus mexicanus, luego de que determinaron los taxa de la Familia Equidae
, registrados para la localidad de San Gerardo de Limoncito, logran establecer un rango Henfiliano temprano (Hh1-Hh2), y asumen que la edad maxima de dicha fauna probablemente estaria alrededor de 6.
The decision also temporarily banned the importation of Equidae
family from the Republic of Panama due to inflammation of the brain and spinal cord disease as the import of all ruminants from Slovenia banned due to the spread of mad cow disease, Bastaki added.
11 32 Moose (Aires alces) 11 Unknown Cervidae 4 16 Bovidae 3 4% 12 14% Bighorn sheep (Ovis canadensis) 2 11 Mountain goat (Oreamnos americanus) 1 Domestic sheep (Ovis aries) 1 Antilocapridae 1 1% Pronghorn (Antilocapridae americana) 1 Equidae
1 1% Domestic Horse (Equus ferns) 1 Small Prey Sciuridae 2 3% 34 40% Marmot (Marmota spp.
Therefore, members of the family Equidae
, which include domestic horses, donkeys, and mules, might be susceptible to MERS-CoV infection.
Intoxication by Crotalaria retusa in ruminants and Equidae
in the state of Paraiba, northeastern Brazil.
Haemaphysalis juxtakochi is a tick species with a wide range of hosts and there are records of adults parasitizing large and medium size mammal species belonging to different families such as Cervidae, Bovidae, Camelidae, Equidae
, Tapiridae, Tayassuidae, Leporidae and Dasypodidae (13).
Management of acquired flexural deformity of the metacarpophalangeal joint in equidae
They analyzed 35 different families, such as Bovidae (bison, sheep, antelopes); Cricetidae (rats, mice, hamsters, voles); Equidae
(horses, donkeys); Ursidae (bears); Mammutidae (mammoths); and Leporidae (rabbits and hares).