CEM found in Arizona stallion

07/27/2011 | The Horse

A stallion in Arizona has tested positive for contagious equine metrititis, a sexually transmitted disease that can cause spontaneous abortions and infertility in mares. The state Department of Agriculture has quarantined five horses on the property in an effort to stop the disease from spreading, and officials are working with federal authorities to trace mares that were inseminated with the stallion's semen this season.

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