Protect Horses From Potomac Horse Fever Through First Frost
“This disease has already affected several horses this season and it does not show signs of stopping until frost sets in, unless you take steps to help protect your horse,” said Hoyt Cheramie, DVM, MS, manager of Merial’s Large Animal Veterinary Services.
Horses can be exposed to this disease in many different areas—PHF has been identified in 43 states. It is always best to be prepared, plan, ahead and contact your veterinarian to determine what actions you can take to prevent PHF.
Vaccinating horses against PHF is one way to help reduce the risk of disease
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