Ebola virus made international headlines in 2014 as it spread throughout West Africa. People around the world became hungry for news and other resources to help educate themselves about this life-threatening infection.
But equestrians might want to learn about another African virus—one that’s killed countless horses on that continent and has not yet entered the United States or the United Kingdom, but is knocking on the door and, theoretically, could arrive at any time: African horse sickness (AHS).
Create a free account with TheHorse.com to view this content.
TheHorse.com is home to thousands of free articles about horse health care. In order to access some of our exclusive free content, you must be signed into TheHorse.com. Start your free account today!Sign UpAlready have an account?