Second Union County, N.J., Horse Tests Positive for EHV-1

The second horse developed a fever and respiratory signs of disease, but has not yet exhibited any neurologic deficits.
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In many horses, the only sign of EHV-1 infection is fever, which can go undetected. | Photo: Alexandra Beckstett/The Horse

A second Union County, New Jersey, horse has tested positive for equine herpesvirus-1 (EHV-1), the New Jersey Department of Agriculture announced March 20

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