Equine Strangles Confirmed in Michigan
One horse in Macomb County, Michigan, was confirmed with strangles and three other horses were exposed.

One horse was confirmed positive for strangles in Macomb County, Michigan, and three other horses were exposed. Google maps

The Equine Disease Communication Center (EDCC) reported on February 17, 2019, a confirmed case of strangles in a horse in Macomb County, Michigan. The affected horse was a 13-year-old Haflinger gelding that had exhibited clinical signs of fever and nasal discharge starting on December 8. The case was confirmed December 13. 

Three additional horses on the premises were exposed.

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