Florida Farms on Alert in Wake of Confirmed MRLS Case

About 200 people gathered at an April 6 meeting at the Ocala Breeders' Sales Co. pavilion in Ocala, Fla., for an update on mare reproductive loss syndrome (MRLS). The syndrome is believed to be responsible for at least three equine deaths in Alachua and Marion Counties. According to most theories, MRLS results from pregnant mares ingesting Eastern tent caterpillars (ETC). Complications of MRL

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