act on behalf of the New Mexico equine community through education and
benefiting all equine interests.
|VS ALERT! As of May 27 there are confirmed or suspected cases of VS in Grant county NM,
Maricopa and Yavapai counties in AZ, and Pecos and Reeves counties in Texas. Horses are
quarantined to their facilities. One premises in Kane County, Utah has been released from quarantine. It is recommended that
horses from these areas have a health certificate within in 10 days of
movement to any facility holding an equine event. For the latest
update go to the NM Livestock Board website, www.nmlbonline.com, and click on What's Hot on the left.
NMHC Board will meet Monday, June 8, 6:30 PM at the 66 Diner on Central
Ave. NM State Veterinarian Dr. Ellen Wilson will be the guest
speaker. If you would like to attend and are not a Board member
please call or email Ron Morris, President, 505-417-6167, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gelding: Financial assistance for stallion owners with the cost of castration
Kristin Darnell-Kreger for further
Develop a plan for your horses and other equines in case of natural or
other disaster. (pdf file)
Long Range Disaster Planning:
Provisions for Equines
Calendar of Equine EventsOur new Calendar is on the News page. If you have an event planned, please send complete information to email@example.com
Summer Activity for Kids
NM State 4-H Horse School will be held June 8-12 at Expo NM
in Albuquerque. Cost for the week is $250. Contact
your local 4-H agent or Craig Painter, 575-646-5472. See
informational flyer here.
Legal Status of Horses
The American Horse Council published a white paper on the legal status of horses. Read it here.
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Trails and Land Use
Education and Outreach
State Fair Booth and Shows
and much more!
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