Equine infectious anemia confirmed in 12 Neb. horses

06/6/2013 | Omaha World-Herald (Neb.)

Twelve cases of equine infectious anemia have been confirmed among a herd of horses in Nebraska, according to the state Department of Agriculture. State veterinarian Dennis Hughes notes that the deadly infection afflicts horses, mules and donkeys. Biting insects are a common transmission route, but contaminated needles can also pass the disease between animals.

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