West Nile virus reported in 11 Mont. horses

09/2/2013 | KTVQ-TV (Billings, Mont.)

Six horses in Montana have died out of 11 reported to have been infected with West Nile virus, according to the state's Department of Livestock. Veterinarian Tierney Hall of Billings, Mont., advised people to watch for symptoms such as loss of appetite, depression and weakness in horses.

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