Unfortunately, horses are perhaps the most sensitive of domesticated animals to botulism. They and other mammals can contract the disease in three basic ways:
- By ingesting toxins that are present in forage, also known as forage botulism. This is the form that normally strikes adult horses.
- By having growth of the agent in the gastrointestin
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