Florida Piroplasmosis Investigation Wraps Up; Positive Horses Removed

According to a Nov. 5 statement released by the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, none of the horses that tested positive for piroplasmosis during a recent investigation remain on Florida properties. Six quarantines remain in effect.

The premises will remain under quarantine until they pass 60 days after exposure, tests on remaining horses are negative, and no

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