Protect your Horse from West Nile virus
While horses and birds are affected by WNV, horses are affected much more often than any other domestic animal. Livestock and poultry do not commonly show any illness if infected by WNV. Although horses are susceptible to the virus, few horses exhibit any signs of clinical illness. In the U.S. prior to the 2004 California outbreak, those horses that develop clinical illness, approximately 30% die or must be destroyed and another 17% have been shown to suffer from long–term related debilitation. A vaccine is now available to help protect your horses from West Nile virus.
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