Eastern equine encephalitis, West Nile virus and equine infectious anemia have been diagnosed recently in horses in Minnesota, according to the state Board of Animal Health. The first two are mosquito-borne, while EIA is spread by flies or through the use of contaminated needles or equipment.
Insect-borne viruses hit horses in Minn.
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