Help. We've had strangles on the yard since new year. We had 2 cases confirmed (by my vet, which those horses also used), however the yard use different vet and advice given by them has been there is 'no point' screening using ELISA blood test since there are no facilities to isolate. There have been various suspected horses showing temp/cough/snot since the first two, some of these received just one swab which came back clear, a couple had a positive swab, and one has had no test whatsoever, owner has been advised by yard vet there is 'no point'. We have no seperate isolation boxes, well horses next to symptomatic and just dips outside symptomatic horses. The turnout is in 3 seperate fields plus 2 smaller pony paddocks but despite all horses brought in from turnout 3 weeks ago - as of last week all untested but not symptomatic horses have been allowed back out. I'm at a loss to know why horses are not being screened and tested and why untested horses are going out and mixing. I have become viewed as a trouble maker because of asking why. My horse has been kept isolated in her box for over 3 weeks now. I've not been able to even let her step over threshold to lunge. She had the first ELISA blood almost 2 weeks ago (clear) and will have the second on Monday. If that comes back clear, what the hell do I do.