Eight cases of equine infectious anemia (EIA) have been discovered in Montana in 2000, according to officials from the stateâs Department of Livestock (DoL). All of the infected horses are on or traced from the Tehinnah Ranch in Melrose, Mont.

EIA is an incurable viral disease which is spread via infected blood. Montana law and federal regulations require that EIA-infected animals ar

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