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by Edited Press Release | Aug 26, 2021
The case marks the state’s first confirmed equine case of anthrax in 2021.
by Diane E. Rice | Aug 3, 2019
On July 29, 2019, the Texas Animal Health Commission confirmed three additional equine anthrax cases on two new Texas premises since its last update on July 22.
by Michelle Anderson | Jul 17, 2019
As of July 16, the Texas Animal Health Commission has added a Crockett County horse to the list of animals in the state affected by anthrax in 2019.
by Edited Press Release | Jul 9, 2019
Anthrax is a bacterial disease caused by Bacillus anthracis, which historically has been found in the soil in some parts of Texas.
by Stacey Oke, DVM, MSc | Mar 13, 2018
Use this four-step plan to keep equine infectious diseases in check.
by Edited Press Release | Aug 11, 2015
Anthrax is a bacterial disease caused by Bacillus anthracis.
by The Horse Staff | Dec 15, 2014
Learn how vaccines can protect horses, why they’re important, and which ones your horse needs in our visual guide.
by The Horse Staff | Aug 29, 2014
Learn about 20 important equine infectious diseases that could make your horse sick, how they are spread, and ways to prevent them in our easy-to-follow visual guide.
by Edited Press Release | Nov 18, 2012
Equine herpesvirus-1, vesicular stomatitis, and West Nile virus were all confirmed in Colorado horses in 2012.
by Nancy S. Loving, DVM | Jan 1, 2009
Immunizations are the cornerstone of disease prevention if given appropriately and in a timely manner.
by Roberta Dwyer, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACVPM | Sep 1, 2008
If you work around horses long enough, you’ll be handling ones that have lameness, diarrhea, abortions, skin diseases, and even neurologic signs. Our first concern is generally for the
by The Associated Press | Aug 30, 2007
Eight cows in Sheridan County, Mont., died from anthrax last week, and state livestock officials said more cases could follow.
The dead cows were