Equine Infectious Anemia Notification
Following the detection of a case of equine infectious anemia by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Alberta Agriculture and Forestry is sending a copy of this notification letter by email to horse owners in the county of Ponoka who are registered in the provincial premises identification database. If your clients have not received this letter, they can either apply to register their premises or update their contact info at www.agriculture.alberta.ca/traceability or by calling 310-FARM.
Republished on July 4, 2018 – Originally shared by ABVMA
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