French National Stud Recovering from EVA Outbreak

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Eight stallions of the French national stud have been castrated and two others removed from the breeding site in an effort to control the spread of a recent outbreak of equine viral arteritis (EVA) in northwestern France.

No new EVA cases have been discovered since Aug. 5. Movement restrictions for the Normandy area were lifted on Sept. 16, according to Hélène de Becdelièvre,

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