Published: Thursday, 5th March 2020
Speaking out about strangles – an infectious equine disease – is the focus of a new national week of action launched by SRUC in partnership with some of the UK’s largest horse welfare organisations.
Published: Thursday, 11th April 2019
Eradicating strangles – the UK’s most prevalent infectious equine disease – could become a reality if more people were inspired to take action.
Published: Wednesday, 25th March 2015
The stable yard on the Oatridge campus of Scotland’s Rural College is the latest accredited to a UK wide scheme protecting horses from Strangles.
Published: Wednesday, 4th June 2014
Everyone from private horse owners to those managing commercial yards received key advice on avoiding a disease threat during the recent Welfare Conference in Bristol.
Published: Wednesday, 11th December 2013
A livery yard at West Linton, in the Scottish Borders, is the first in the UK to become accredited under a new scheme to protect horses and premises from a debilitating and highly contagious disease.
Published: Wednesday, 26th June 2013
With a new name, a revamped pavilion and (mainly) sunny weather, it was odds on this year’s Royal Highland Show would be a success, and it certainly was.
Published: Wednesday, 12th June 2013
A new, UK wide, health scheme addressing the threat to horses from the disease Strangles has been launched by Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC).
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