August 16, 2009

16.8.09:
More than 800 horses cleared in US venereal disease outbreak

3.8.09:
Stallion in Britain diagnosed with CEM

29.5.09:
US horses exposed to venereal disease top 900

9.5.09:
Poor biosecurity behind CEM's spread, says state vet

31.3.09:
Five Kentucky stallions free of CEM

30.3.09:
Quarantined CEM stallions released in Indiana

26.3.09:
Georgia Paint Horse stallion has CEM

9.3.09:
Latest CEM infection in US 'could date back to 2005'

28.2.09:
Kentucky places controls on Wisconsin stallions over CEM

26.2.09:
California mare positive for contagious equine metritis

11.2.09:
Horses in six Canadian provinces quarantined over CEM

4.2.09:
Latest report confirms 11 CEM-infected stallions

3.2.09:
Tighter Canadian breeding regulations now in force

2.2.09:
Third Wisconsin stallion positive for CEM

29.1.09:
CEM containment efforts now across 45 states

27.1.09:
Second Wisconsin stallion positive for CEM

26.1.09:
Nine New York mares potentially exposed to CEM

22.1.09:
Texas CEM stallion spent breeding season in Kentucky
Canada tightens rules over CEM in United States

21.1.09:
CEM control efforts continuing apace, says US

18.1.09:
California quarantines 14 horses over CEM outbreak

15.1.09:
Wisconsin confirms stallion is positive to CEM

11.1.09:
Texas, Iowa now testing horses for CEM

10.1.09:
Nine horse properties in Canada quarantined

9.1.09:
Further states quarantine horses in battle against CEM

7.1.09:
Texas testing horses for CEM, Oklahoma has one case

4.1.09:
US authorities seek 250 horses potentially exposed to CEM

2.1.09:
Three Indiana stallions now positive for CEM

1.1.09:
Canada launches CEM investigation, 4th stallion infected

23.12.08:
CEM outbreak poses little risk beyond mares served

20.12.08:
Kentucky seeks to declare emergency over horse disease

18.12.08:
Stallion in Kentucky confirmed with CEM