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shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com May 15, 2018 • Page 7 Keeping Horses SDDA Offers Weed-Free Forage Certification Safe From Equine Herpesvirus (EHV) hopper.com www.missourivalleyshopper.com hopper.com www.missourivalleyshopper.com te at hopper.com te at hopper.com hopper.com hopper.com Visit our Web site at www.missourivalleyshopper.com Visit our Web site at www.missourivalleyshopper.com Universities Add New Minors In Chinese And Russian Studies; Offer New Certificates And Specializations To Meet Workforce Trends VERMILLION, S.D. – New minors to help graduates navigate language and cultural understanding in China and Russia were approved this week by the South Dakota Board of Regents. These programs were part of several academic requests from public universities aimed at meeting emerging employment trends across South Dakota. The minor in Chinese at Northern State University will build language skills in an area of growing demand, according to NSU officials. More students are interested in teaching, international business, government positions, and Chinese study abroad options. The 20 credit-hour minor will be offered on the Aberdeen campus and through online delivery. At the University of South Dakota, a minor in Russian studies will build on Russian language and history courses, providing students with intermediate language knowledge and a historical and cultural understanding of Russia. USD officials say the number of Russian speakers in this country has nearly quadrupled since 1980 and continued growth in this field of study is expected. This campus-based minor requires 20 credit hours to complete. Other academic requests approved by the Board of Regents include: •University of South Dakota – Undergraduate certificates, one in forensic anthropology and one in professional ethics. 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Designed as a ‘stand-alone’ certificate that could be added to various degrees, USD created this academic program in response to employer surveys supporting a need for workers with professional ethics training in many fields. •South Dakota State University •A minor in land valuation and rural real estate will appeal to students majoring in agriculture, business economics, construction management, geography, and other fields. This 19 credit-hour minor prepares graduates with skills in economics, finance, mathematics, and law for careers in bank lending, real estate investment trusts, farm and estate succession planning, insurance, construction management, and economic development and planning. •A specialization in geographic information sciences will be an option for students studying for the master of science degree in geography at SDSU. 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Hwy. 50 Yankton, South Dakota JOB OPPORTUNITY hopper.com By Russ Daly, Professor, SDSU Extension Veterinarian, State Public Health Veterinarian In recent weeks, equine herpesvirus (EHV) infections have affected horses in South Dakota and the surrounding region. These horses have been associated with travel to and from events such as rodeos where they have contact with numerous horses from a wide area. While in general, herpesvirus infections in horses are not rare, this particular strain of the virus (the "neurologic" form) can cause severe and even fatal illnesses in those affected - this illness is sometimes referred to as "equine herpesvirus myeloencephalopathy" or EHM. Like the other strains, the neurologic form of the virus is quite contagious and can easily be passed from horse to horse. Horses affected with EHM show signs of illness that begin with fever and possibly some mild respiratory issues such as runny nose, sneezing, and cough. Over the next several days, nervous system problems may develop. These signs may include incoordination, weakness or paralysis of one or more legs (which might look like lameness), muscle tremors, loss of tail and bladder function and, finally, an inability to rise. Infected horses spread the EHV virus mostly through www.missourivalleyshopper.com breathing and fluids from the nose and mouth. Close contact with an infected horse is usually necessary for a horse to catch the virus, but buckets, halters and other tack can carry the virus from one horse to another. An infected horse can be a source of infection even before they start showing serious signs of illness. Horse owners can take steps to prevent EHM from affecting their horses: •During events, limit the horse's contact with other horses and equipment used by other horses. •When arriving home, keep the horse separate from other horses for a period of three weeks. This will allow for easier recognition of illness and will prevent the spread to horses that have remained at home. Limit person and equipment contact between the isolated horse and other horses. Avoid bringing the horse to events until after that time period has passed. •Clean and disinfect any equipment, tack or trailers that accompanied the horse to the event. •Keep horses up to date on routine preventive vaccines and parasite control. While current "rhino" vaccines do not appear to protect against neurologic strains of EHV, preventing these other illnesses will prove valuable in restoring the health of a horse potentially affected with EHM. In addition, all horse owners should obtain the necessary Certificates of Veterinary Inspection/health papers when horses cross state lines. Certain horse events may require these papers regardlesswww.missourivalleyshopper.com of the horse's origin. This practice not only ensures that horses showing early signs of illness do not travel and spread it to others, it also allows for officials to contact horse owners promptly if their horse has unknowingly been exposed to an EHV-infected horse. When signs of EHM are suspected, a horse owner should promptly contact their veterinarian. Take care to isolate the affected horse from others as soon as possible, limit visitor traffic, and manage tack and equipment so other horses are not exposed. The veterinarian may take nasal swab samples for a diagnosis, but this is usually only successful early in the course of the disease. There is no specific treatment or cure for EHM, so veterinarians will outline a course of supportive care. Despite these best efforts, in many horses, the disease progresses to the point where euthanasia is necessary. For more information about EHM and your horse's health, contact your local veterinarian. 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Cost of certification is $250 for the first acre and $2 an acre for the rest of the field that is inspected. A request for certification needs to be made to the SDDA 10 days prior to expected harvest date. The crop will be certified using the NAISMA Weed Free Forage list and the South Dakota Noxious Weed list. A field can still be certified weed free if listed weeds are present in the field, however those weeds cannot seed before harvest takes place. “WILL TRAIN” Excellent benefits package. Must be 18 years of age and have completed high school. Lifting requirement of 100 lbs. Background check and drug test will be conducted. Apply in person at: Northern Extrusion Tooling Inc. 905 W. 19th St., PO Box 562 Yankton, SD 57078 605-665-3603 The Yankton Daily Press & Dakotan is currently accepting applications for an PART-TIME SPORTSWRITER The position will aid in covering a dynamic sports market that features an NCAA Division I college athletic program. The successful applicant will assist in the sports coverage, which will include taking area game reports, staffing area events and some feature writing. Strong writing skills and sports background are needed. Page design and photography skills are a plus. Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to: James D. Cimburek Sports Editor Yankton Daily Press & Dakotan 319 Walnut St., Yankton, SD 57078 (605) 665-7811, ext. 106 e-mail james.cimburek@yankton.net EOE
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