Botulism and scrub tick infestations both cause the progressive muscular paralysis seen in the deceased horses
On Oct. 4, the New Bolton Center will present “BoTox: Good for Your Wrinkles, Not Good for Your Horse.”
The International Collating Center, Newmarket, United Kingdom, and other sources reported the following
Ten years of data from type A botulism outbreaks in horses helps us better understand the disease.
A dozen horses that died in a pasture west of Casper, Wyo., last month had botulism, according to a report appearing on kcwy13.com.
George Marble, DVM, said three
Around 100 horses have died at EquiTransfer, a Marion County, Fla., embryo transfer farm. Veterinary officials say that botulism from haylage might be to blame.
EquiTransfer is owned by veterinarians Jose D?vila, DVM, and his wife, Francis
The Marion duPont Scott Equine Medical Center presented “Equine Neurological Issues Over the Life Course” during its first Tuesday Talk session of the season. The seminar, which was held in Leesburg, Virginia, on Tuesday, Dec. 5, featured Martin O.
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