New Research Examines Foal Influenza Vaccine

Influenza is among the most common upper respiratory diseases of horses. Foals are not usually clinically infected with influenza because the dam's colostrum provides the newborn with protective maternal antibodies. As foals get older their maternal antibodies decay and they become susceptible to influenza, especially as yearlings and two-year-olds.

The current veterinary practice is

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