OSU Horse provides Oklahoma horse owners and operators with COVID-19 guidance.

The OSU Horse Extension office published COVID-19 guidance on its website for horse owners and operators.   The guidance identifies actions and activities that must occur to ensure animal welfare.  Check the website frequently for important updates.

For additional resources on mitigating risk during pandemics check out this article posted on April 1, 2020. 

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This article does not constitute legal advice and is intended to be used for educational purposes only.

About the Author

Mary Westman is an Oklahoma attorney with an MBA, Morgan horse breeder and registered nurse.  A native of West Virginia, she now lives with her husband, David, in Norman, Oklahoma. She can be contacted at mary@marywestmanlaw.com

© Mary Westman 2020.  All Rights Reserved.


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