Caswell County Coggins / Vaccination Clinic

— Written By Sherry Ramsey

The North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service, Caswell County Center, in conjunction with the Caswell County Horsemen’s Association will conduct a Coggins/Vaccination Clinic on Saturday, February 25, 2017 at the back of the Caswell County Agriculture Building in Yanceyville, North Carolina between 8:30-11:30 a.m. This allows horse owners to get their animals vaccinated at a lower cost and avoid the barn visit from the veterinarian. The Horsemen’s Association has approved for Dr. Paul Erwin, DVM, to perform the clinic.  The prices are about the same as last year.

Coggins: $25.00

4-way (Flu, Eastern and Western Encephalitis, Tetanus): $19.00

5-way (4-way + Rhino): $30.00

West Nile: $26.00

Rabies: $17.00

If you plan on bringing your horses to the clinic, please call the Extension Office (336-694-4158) by 3:00 p.m. on Friday, February 24, 2017, to let us know the time you plan to arrive, the number of horses you are bringing, and the vaccinations you want your horse or horses to receive. This way we can schedule your arrival time so everyone will not be at the clinic at the same time. This will also help us make sure we have enough vaccines for the day.

 

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Photo of Sherry RamseySherry RamseyCounty Extension Administrative Assistant (336) 694-4158 sherry_ramsey@ncsu.eduCaswell County, North Carolina
Posted on Feb 7, 2017
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