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Officials from the Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC) state seven of the EIA positive "racing Quarter Horses" and another horse on-site tested positive for a secondary infectious disease called equine piroplasmosis (EP).

Equine Disease Alerts: February 2019

EP is a tick-borne disease that affects horses, donkey, mules, and zebras. Specifically, its caused by the protozoa Babesia caballi or Theileria equi....
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Colorado Fabrizius Livestock aka Fabrizius Kill Pen Exposes 240 to EIA Positive Horse

240 Horses Exposed to Deadly EIA from Colorado Kill Pen, 100 Shipped Nationwide

Details emerge as Colorado investigates the location of 240 horses exposed to deadly EIA. Did you buy a horse or was it transported with a kill pen horse? Click for complete details. ...
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Illinois Horse EIA

Illinois: Location of Horse with Deadly EIA Unknown

The Illinois State Veterinarian reports it received a positive Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA) test result from a horse stabled in Northeast Illinois. Now, the state doesn't know the location of the infected horse....
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