Vigilance Key in Managing for PHF

Tennessee Cases Increase

Potomac horse fever (PHF) probably has been endemic in the Western Hemisphere as long as horses have inhabited the region—perhaps even since the prehistoric era--and it's here to stay. As awareness of the disease increases, so does the need to remain vigilant in managing horses to reduce the incidence, and severity, of cases.

PHF is also quit

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