Scientists Discover A Genetic Anomaly In European EHV-1 Outbreak
The EHV-1 outbreak in Europe and the United States has many horse owners on high alert. As there is no definitive reason why some horses become ill and others don't, it's imperative that all horse owners manage their barn as though an outbreak is possible. Multiple European laboratories testing recent...
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