Fort Dodge Animal Health Introduces First Intranasal Vaccine For Strangles

Until recently, vaccinating for strangles (Streptococcus equi) was a painful procedure for both horses and their owners. Conventional intramuscular vaccination often caused lameness and inflammation that could persist for days.

Now, a breakthrough S. equi vaccine introduced by Fort Dodge Animal Health

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