2015 NAHMS Equine Studies
Source: USDA-APHIS | 6/26/2018 9:30:00 AM
The USDA’s National Animal Health Monitoring System (NAHMS) conducts periodic equine studies to monitor equine health, management practices, and productivity. Participation was based on the States’ equine population and density. Areas of interest include a general equine census, health care management, health events, tests performed on equine operations, biosecurity, and equine movement. The NAHMS Equine 2015 study was conducted from May through mid-December 2015. These studies are a valuable bank of information regarding current trends in equine health. Click here to view the study.