Five Montana Horses Diagnosed with WNV

West Nile virus (WNV) has been confirmed in horses in five Montana counties, state Livestock Department officials said Wednesday (Aug. 16).

Horses in Cascade, Glacier, Phillips and Yellowstone counties and a second horse in Flathead County were diagnosed recently, said Dr. Jeanne Rankin, assistant state veterinarian.

The first confirmed case, a 2-year-old stallion in Flathead

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