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ANR-228NP (APSC-150NP)

Authors as Published

Watson Lawrence, Senior Extension Agent, Chesapeake


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Disaster preparedness is important for all animals, but it is particularly important for horse owners because of the animal’s size and the requirements needed to shelter and transport them. The most important step in protection of your valued animals is to have a plan in place.


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Publication Date

October 25, 2018