Vaccinate horses this spring
“Many of the infectious diseases of importance, such as West Nile virus or equine encephalomyelitis (sleeping sickness) are transmitted by insects that become active in the spring,” Daly said. “Others are transmitted between horses, and spring and summer activities are more apt to bring horses from different locations into contact with one another.
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