Fourth Stallion has CEM; Kentucky Farm and State Working Together

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A fourth stallion that formerly stood at a Central Kentucky breeding facility, now identified as DeGraff Stables/Liberty Farm Equine Reproduction Center LLC, has tested positive for contagious equine metritis (CEM). Officials had considered this highly contagious venereal disease eradicated from the United States until it was identified during routine testing of a stallion earlier this month

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