EDCC and USEF Launch Biosecurity Video Series 

The EDCC and USEF have jointly created a series of videos detailing how horse owners can help prevent the spread of infectious diseases. 
USEF and EDCC launch biosecurity video series

The Equine Disease Communication Center (EDCC) and the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) have jointly created a series of videos detailing how horse owners can help prevent the spread of infectious diseases. 

“These videos highlight how practicing biosecurity can help prevent disease spread for all types of shows and events within the horse industry,” said Nathaniel White II, DVM, MS, DACVS, EDCC Director. 

Each of the five videos, hosted by Katie Flynn, BVMS, USEF Equine Health and Biosecurity Veterinarian, are between eight to 10 minutes in run time and highlight topics such as biosecurity prior-during-and-post competition as well as the development and implementation of isolation plans. 

The videos can be found on the EDCC website at this link https://equinediseasecc.org/biosecurity. They will also be available on the EDCC YouTube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/@EquineDiseaseCommCenter.

Funding for the videos is from the USEF and support for the EDCC from a United States Department of Agriculture cooperative agreement as part of the National Animal Disease Prevention and Response Program. 

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