Two horses die of rabies in Tennessee

02/27/2012 | Daily News Journal (Murfreesboro, Tenn.), The

According to the Tennessee Departments of Health and Agriculture, two horses have died from rabies in the state in 2012. Officials don't know how the horses became infected, though the rabies found in the horses matched the kind typically found in skunks in the state.

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