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April 6, 2018 – Courteously of WSDA A horse has been diagnosed with EHV-1 Neuro-pathogenic form at Gold Creek stables in Woodinville, WA (King County). Two other facilities that recently received horses from Gold Creek are also under quarantine. EHV-1 detected in horse at equine facility, quarantine order issued Dr. Brian Joseph Washington State Veterinarian […]
April 2, 2018 – Courtesy of Snohomish County Conservation District. Our Manure Spreader Program is up and running for 2018! Here is the latest: Manure Spreader Program Changes First Spreading Opportunity Late April Manure Spreading Advisory Resource Checking Out Spreader More Than Manure! Manure Spreader Program Changes After reviewing the performance of the Manure Spreader […]
March 13, 2018 – Courtesy of American Horse Council. The U.S. Department of Transportation’s (DOT) Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) today announced additional steps to address the unique needs of the country’s agriculture industries and provided further guidance to assist in the effective implementation of the Congressionally-mandated electronic logging device (ELD) rule without impeding […]
Did you know? Our horse owner population is. age 25-34 11.5% age 35-44 16.8% age 45-54 30.8% age 55-64 25.4% and 88.8% are female… no surprise there. 80% care for their own horses on their property or visiting boarding daily. 40% board 44% pay for riding lessons 33% pay for training 24% have their […]
January 25, 2018 – Courtesy of American Horse Council AHC’s 1st Quarter Webinar to Discuss ELD Mandate – The American Horse Council (AHC) will host its 1st Quarter 2018 webinar on Monday, February 12th at 12:00 PST (3:00 pm ET) and will address the recent Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Mandate that has caused much confusion and […]
January 23, 2018 – A note from Todd Trewin, President, the Authority Board. Dear Friends and Associates: On behalf of the Washington State Horse Park Authority Board, I’m delighted to report the Park received $2.0 million in the State’s Capital Budget that the Legislature and Governor signed into law last week. This award is designated […]
Dec. 15, 2017 – updates below – Washington State Department of Agriculture confirmed an Equine Herpes Virus 1 neurotropic genome strain in a horse in King county. The 13 year old Halflinger gelding has no neurological symptoms at this time. The facility is under quarantine and the remaining horses are having their temperatures taken twice […]
Dec. 6, 2017 – Courtesy of Tacoma Equine Hospital – The Washington State Department of Agriculture has recently reported that three horses tested positive for Pigeon Fever near the towns of Duvall and Carnation. A 15 year old Paint gelding, 14 year old Haflinger cross gelding, and a 25 year old Tennessee Walker mare are […]
Deadline for Electronic Logging Device has been extended to March 18th: How Will It Impact Long Distance Horse Hauling
Dec 6, 2017 – Note recent article links added below. Courtesy of The Chronicle of the Horse – Electronic Logging Device Mandate: How Will It Impact Equestrians? by Kimberly Loushin With the Dec. 18 deadline for commercial vehicles to be equipped with an electronic logging device, or ELD, fast approaching, concerns have risen in the […]