Equine Grass Sickness SURVEILLANCE SCHEMe
Established in 2008, the nationwide Equine Grass Sickness Surveillance Scheme collates details of clinical cases of EGS occurring within Great Britain since 2000. The EGS Surveillance Scheme is co-ordinated at the Animal Health Trust, in collaboration with the Equine Grass Sickness Fund and the Universities of Edinburgh, Liverpool and Surrey.
Horse owners and veterinary surgeons are able to participate in the EGS Surveillance Scheme and all information provided remains completely confidential. This information helps improve our understanding of the distribution and frequency of EGS within Great Britain.
ABOUT THE EGS SCHEME
The nationwide EGS Surveillance Scheme gathers information about cases of EGS occurring within Great Britain.
REPORT EGS CASES
Please let us know about any cases of EGS that you are aware of.
View our on-line leaflet for more information about EGS and the EGS Surveillance Scheme.
REGISTER VET PRACTICE
If you are a vet, you can register your practice with the EGS surveillance scheme here.
Locations reported to the EGS Surveillance Scheme are confidential; however we are able to share recently affected counties