Third Massachusetts Horse Dead from EEE

A third Massachusetts horse has died after being infected with Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE). On Aug. 13 a 3-year-old horse from Lancaster, located in Worcester County, died after developing clinical signs of the illness the previous day. On Aug. 1 another Worcester County horse died after being diagnosed with the disease, and a Middleborough colt was euthanized on July 21 aft

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