Know When to Vaccinate Foals for Best Protection

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The AAEP recommends vaccinating the newborn foal for tetanus, Eastern/Western equine encephalomyelitis, rabies, and West Nile virus. Most vaccination schedules begin when the foal is four to six months old.

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