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Horses and Infectious Disease

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.

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botulism in horses

Infographic: Botulism

The toxins that cause this potentially fatal neurologic disease could be lurking in your horse’s environment or hay. Learn how to recognize and prevent botulism with this visual guide.

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Equine Botulism Reviewed

The most common way adult horses contract the disease is by eating feed, such as hay or grain, that contains animal remains.

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The Basics of Botulism in Horses

Dr. Amy Johnson answers questions about Botulism in horses, where it is prevalent, and the different ways that horses can contract this deadly disease.

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Botulism in Horses: An Update

Botulism and Horses

Our veterinary experts answer your questions about botulism in horses, which can be deadly in adult animals.

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