Design vaccination protocols to maximize each horse's innate and adaptive responses to disease challenges.
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Do you own a horse with PPID? What were the first signs you noticed that indicated there was a problem?
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Farm Call: Your Questions Answered
Q. I am concerned about an older horse where I board. Yesterday I found in her manure what looks like stringy intestinal tract with feces encapsulated inside. It does not look like worms. She is also not eating as well as usual. What could cause this?
That neat idea I had eight years and thousands of dollars ago is only now paying off with what I originally set out to produce: my next show hunter.