A single case of equine infectious anemia was confirmed in Shelby County, Tennessee.
An update on the neurologic herpesvirus outbreak in Maricopa County, Arizona, acknowledge three additional confirmed positive cases.
Collateral ligament desmopathy of the distal interphalangeal joint is not uncommonly diagnosed in horses presenting for lameness isolated to the foot.
Dr. Bonnie Barr, an internal medicine specialist at Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital in Kentucky, talks about common neonatal problems in this podcast.
Dr. Tom Chambers, who heads the OIE Reference Laboratory for equine influenza at the University of Kentucky, is the guest on this Disease Du Jour podcast.
Antimicrobial-resistant R. equi can persist in the environment at farms with a history of pneumonia caused by resistant R. equi infections.
A gelding in Bay County, Michigan, was confirmed with strangles and is recovering.
Smith and Van Zandt Counties in Texas each had one confirmed case of EIA in March.
Strangles continues to be a problem throughout the country, with recent confirmed cases in Michigan.
One case of strangles was reported in a horse in the south-eastern part of New Brunswick, Canada.
An unvaccinated Quarter Horse mare in Maricopa County, Arizona, was euthanized due to EHM.
Cases of potential neurologic equine herpesvirus were euthanized in Yavapai County in Arizona and Alameda County in California.