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They will remain infected for their entire life, and therefore, remain a threat to other horses. How does a horse become infected? EIA is not contagious to humans and it is not directly contagious from horse to horse.
Coggins tests are good for 6 months. 5. In order to travel from state to state you must have in addition to the Coggins test a health certificate or horse passport (the type of document depends on where you will be traveling to). These documents are good for 30 days and 6 months respectively.
Horses must also have a current coggins to be issued a health certificate. Some states also require a travel permit in addition to a health certificate. A Coggins Test tests for the prevalence of Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA). All horses traveling to and from horse events (shows, auctions, etc.)
To perform a Coggins test, a licensed veterinarian must draw blood from the horse and send it to an accredited lab for analysis. The lab will conduct a test to detect the EIA antibody (a protein that allows the body to recognize the EIA virus; this will only be present if the horse has had the EIA virus).
Generally, yearly testing is required if you will be transporting your horse for any reason, but some states or organized shows may require a negative test within 6 months of importation.
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Typically they are performed before a horse can travel from one state to another. Coggins test can take from anywhere from 2 to 7 days to get the results back, but many times you can rush the results in 24 hours if you pay an extra fee to the lab analyzing the blood test.
You can also submit Coggins electronically through the USDA-APHIS Veterinary Services Process Streamline system online. If you have questions or need additional assistance, you can contact the APHIS Customer Service Call Center at 844-820-2234, option 1, or by email at
While the United States has a very low rate of incidence, most states and horse shows do require a negative Coggins test to be allowed entrance. For a coggins test to be completed, a licensed veterinarian needs to draw the blood, and take pictures of the horse's left and right side, as well as face.
While some animals can carry the virus without showing symptoms (asymptomatic) other horses suffer from severe symptoms of the disease including irregular heartbeat, weakness, swollen abdomen and/or legs, high fever, anemia, abortion in pregnant mares, or even sudden death.
Coggins Papers are to test for a disease called Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA). This is a federally regulated disease and is deadly to horses. The Coggins test was originated from an Oklahoma State graduate and tests for EIA. EIA is transmitted by biting insects such as the horse fly.

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