Preventing the Spread of Strangles in Horses

Dr. Joe Lyman of Neogen describes the disease known as strangles and how it’s spread.
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Preventing the Spread of Strangles in Horses
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Dr. Joe Lyman of Neogen describes the disease known as strangles and how it’s spread.

This is an excerpt from our Ask TheHorse Live Q&A, “Biosecurity: Protect Your Horse From Disease.” Listen to the full recording here.

Dr. Joe Lyman of Neogen describes the disease known as strangles and how it’s spread.9/27/2018 13:00

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Joseph Lyman, DVM, MS, joined Neogen in 2014 after practicing equine medicine in Lexington, Kentucky, for 12 years. His practice evolved from his start as a resident veterinarian on a prominent Standardbred farm to a private ambulatory practice with a focus on assisted reproduction and herd health. While running his practice, Lyman also served as an adjunct professor at a local college. As Neogen’s director of professional services and product development, Lyman takes an active role in product development, service, and support for the global animal health company. He also serves as an invited speaker around the world on many subjects, including equine health and biosecurity. Lyman earned his veterinary degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

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