Canada and Germany Locked in CEM Conflict

A 7-year-old warmblood stallion from Germany is at the center of a storm of controversy after testing positive for contagious equine metritis (CEM) upon importation to Canada. The horse, appropriately named What’s Going On, had tested negative for CEM before leaving Germany.

CEM is a sexually transmitted disease that causes no symptoms in stallions, but can cause temporary

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