Flooded Plains States: Drying Out, Bracing for Mosquito-Borne Equine Diseases

The waters might be receding, but horse owners in Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, and other areas affected by recent flooding shouldn't drop their guard against flood-related problems just yet. Veterinary authorities say owners in the soggy states should prepare for a potential surge in cases of mosquito-borne equine diseases, such as Eastern and Western equine encephalitis (EEE and WEE), West Nile

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