Grass Sickness Linked to Clostridium botulinum Bacterium

United Kingdom (U.K.) researchers recently found that grass sickness is strongly associated with low antibody levels to the bacterium Clostridium botulinum, indicating that affected horses couldn't fight off infection. Findings from the study, which was conducted at the U.K.'s University of Liverpool (UL), funded by The Home of Rest For Horses, and published in the Equine Veterinary

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