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Join the fight against strangles

Strangles Awareness Week brought to you by:

 

I pledge to:

Request my clients follow a yard agreement

Reduce strangles risk by screening new horses

Respond immediately if strangles is suspected

Make your pledge

I pledge to:

Champion yard agreements and good hygiene

Communicate openly and respectfully about strangles

Clear my horse of becoming a strangles carrier after infection

Make your pledge

I pledge to:

Check my own biosecurity practices regularly

Help make biosecurity a normal topic of conversation

Signpost clients to helpful advice and guidance

Make your pledge

The benefits of pledging…

All pledgers recieve:

  • A certificate in recognition of your campaign support
  • Strangles outbreak information (courtesy of Surveillance of Equine Strangles project at the AHT)
  • Short, reliable and practical emails to help people maintain their pledge (no more than once a month)
  • The ability to unsubscribe to emails at anytime
  • The benefits of being part of a network of people campaigning for positive change
  • Relevant announcements from other Strangles-related initiatives in the UK

For more information contact the Redwings Campaigns team by emailing campaigns@redwings.co.uk

 

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Tackling strangles is a team effort - the more people who use their pledge to improve biosecurity, the fewer places strangles will have to hide. Please use the share buttons to ask them to take action...

 

Share your Story

Tell us how taking the pledge has benefited you; make your voice heard and show others how it can help protect their business and clients by sending in your testimonials and experiences. In return, we’ll be making sure to keep you updated with new developments in strangles research and biosecurity.

To ensure the Stamp Out Strangles pledge is helping make a difference, we will also be contacting a random sample of pledgers each year to carry out a short survey with those who are happy to take part.

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