R. equi Foal Pneumonia: Support for Research Sought

Infectious respiratory diseases constitute one of the major causes of death in the horse industry. In addition to the sorrow caused, they also are major economic threats. One of the most common diseases in foals six months and younger is pneumonia. Although many different organisms can cause foal pneumonia, Rhodococcus equi (R. equi) is considered the most common culprit in a

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