Increased Leptospirosis Abortions Reported in Bluegrass Region

The University of Kentucky's Livestock Disease Diagnostic Center has confirmed 40 cases of equine leptospirosis in the Central Kentucky region from July 2006 until now, compared to two cases in the same time period last year. Researchers will be conducting a Bluegrass-based study on the incidence of equine leptospirosis, as well as a nationwide economic impact study.

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