That was the same on our yard. Most of the horses weren't vaccinated (including our Jack) because they never go anywhere apart, maybe, from local hacking. Now they're all done.Only Eva of mine was vaccinated... so 4 weeks ago I started them all off on there vaccinations and they have there 2 nd jab today..... so by the end of this year they will all be up to date.
Interesting about getting lots of lami, my vets didn't mention it when things first kicked off here with EI, but there has been warnings about it more recently so it looks like here at least the vacs and lami are unrelated and lami has just come with spring. Thankfully my vet is a sensible sort and said she'd only recommend the 6 monthly if you're out competing, though the practice was encouraging it and we're offering the initial shot in a new course for free.Dredging up an older thread BUT the newest confirmed case is in my area. Very lucky to have mine at home and they won't be going anywhere. All fully vaccinated. But feels a little too close for comfort (although affected yard is 35 miles from us!). A lot of our local vets "jumped on the bandwagon" when flu first spread to Scotland and started trying to get owners to restart vaccinations for flu. Cue a large number of horses and ponies coming down with laminitis after the vaccine. Is this happening in other areas or a coincidence?