Dr. Andy Schwartz, Texas State Veterinarian, reminds livestock owners in anthrax-prone areas to vaccinate animals this spring.
Livestock and pet owners are urged to make preparations for Hurricane Laura.
A hunter/jumper competitor from Wyoming was found positive for EHM when attending a show in Texas.
The Sunset Advisory Commission is reviewing the mission and performance of the Texas Animal Health Commission and welcomes public comments on whether the agency is still needed and ideas to improve its operations and services.
Horses on a Kinney County, Texas, premises were confirmed positive for vesicular stomatitis virus on June 21.
Fever ticks were confirmed on a Webb County, Texas, premises outside of the Permanent Quarantine Zone.
The TAHC is seeking veterinary Directors for the Amarillo and Laredo Regions.
The cases of EIA and piroplasmosis were confined to one location in Smith County, Texas.
Horses are susceptible to anthrax, so owners need to be vigilant.
EHM has been diagnosed in a Lubbock County barrel racing horse following confirmation of EHM in a Montgomery County barrel racing horse. Both horses attended an event at the Oklahoma City Fair Grounds on April 25-30.
A barrel racing horse in Montgomery County, Texas, is positive for neurologic herpesvirus.
The Texas Animal Health commission (TAHC) has extended the job application date until February 26.
The Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC) is seeking a highly qualified individual to fill the role as Assistant Executive Director for Animal Health Programs.
The Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC) is accepting nominations for geographic areas of Texas experiencing a shortage of veterinarians that work in food animal medicine, rural private practice, or public practice.
When feed needs cannot be met via vehicle or boat for animals marooned by floodwaters, the Texas Army National Guard has flown in and air dropped more than 210,000 pounds of hay, generously donated by individuals across the state and nation.
The Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC) confirmed the presence of cattle fever ticks on cattle originating from a premises located in portions of Webb and Zapata counties on April 26, 2017.
Texas Animal Health Commission officials released the premises quarantined for equine herpesvirus myeloencephalopathy in Denton County on March 15, 2017. There are no other reported EHM cases in Texas.