Vaccine can save horses from deadly encephalitis, N.C. state veterinarian says

08/4/2013 | Fort Mill Times (S.C.) · WRAL-TV (Raleigh, N.C.)

After six animals in southeastern North Carolina died from Eastern equine encephalitis, state veterinarian David Marshall is urging horse owners across the state to talk with their veterinarian about getting their horses vaccinated for EEE and West Nile virus, saying protection could have saved the animals. The North Carolina Veterinary Medical Association issued a similar reminder.

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