Infographic: Rain Rot

Learn about this frustrating contagious equine skin disease and how to prevent its spread.
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Rain rot is a bacterial skin disease that causes hair loss and leaves horses with large patches of raw, irritated skin. It’s also highly contagious and can spread from horse to horse via direct contact, grooming tools, and tack. Find out how to manage rain rot in our step-by-step visual guide.

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