UKVDL Map of the Month: 2018 Foal Crop Leptospiral Abortions

Leptospirosis is a costly disease that can cause problems such as abortion, premature birth, and more in horses.
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This month’s featured map illustrates cases of equine leptospiral abortions from the 2018 foal crop.

Leptospirosis is a costly disease for livestock and pet owners. Causing problems such as abortion, premature birth, blindness, and more, the disease spreads easily through nose, mouth, and eye contact.

See each month’s featured map at vdl.uky.edu/FeaturedMap.aspx.

Individuals with questions or concerns about disease outbreaks can contact University of Kentucky Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory (UKVDL) at 859/257-8283

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