Equine Piroplasmosis Reported on Texas Ranch

A tick-borne disease known as equine piroplasmosis has been confirmed on a ranch in South Texas. Additional testing is being conducted to determine the extent of infection. Horses on the ranch are quarantined to their premises, and a thorough disease investigation is under way.

Equine piroplasmosis can affect horses, donkeys, mules, or zebras. It can cause clinical signs common to many

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