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At the end of April in Kentucky, we suddenly started seeing a large number of foals with an unusual combination of signs admitted to the Hagyard-Davidson-McGee Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Most were slightly premature--maybe a week or two before due dates--and had a history of a "red bag" delivery or apparent premature separation of the placenta. We fully expected these

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