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by Edited Press Release | Sep 30, 2022
The mares in Stearns and Todd counties are currently alive.
A gelding tested positive at a boarding facility in Fond du Lac County.
The unvaccinated mare lived in Cotton County, and one other horse was potentially exposed.
The Quarter Horse gelding resides in San Joaquin County.
by Edited Press Release | Sep 29, 2022
The horse resided in Leduc County and was euthanized. The CFIA is investigating other potential cases.
by Edited Press Release | Sep 28, 2022
An unvaccinated Quarter Horse in Nevada County tested positive for WNV.
Two horses were exposed and one horse tested positive for strangles in Lake County.
by Edited Press Release | Sep 27, 2022
The horse resides at a private facility in Larimer County.
A second horse on the LaGrange County property presenting with similar signs has also died.
by Edited Press Release | Sep 26, 2022
The Quarter Horse filly resides in Monroe County.
The 2-year-old gelding resided in Eaton County.
by Edited Press Release | Sep 21, 2022
The gelding displayed acute neurologic signs and was euthanized.