Drought Causes Spike in Equine Pigeon Fever Cases in Missouri

One veterinarian says he has seen a large spike in the number of Missouri horses infected with Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis, a bacteria that can cause painful swelling, abscesses, and inflammation in the legs, chests, and abdominal cavities.

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