Septicemia in Foals

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Everyone is excited about the newest addition on the farm. Care of your neonate should be easy, since foals are just small horses, right? Well, not exactly--especially when it comes to certain medical conditions. For example, foals are more susceptible to septicemia than adult horses. Septicemia is defined as the presence of bacteria or bacterial toxins in the bloodstream, and it is the most

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