Missouri horse contracts equine infectious anemia

08/9/2010 | Kansas City infoZine News

A farm near Walker, Mo., was quarantined after a horse tested positive for equine infectious anemia, a viral disease transmitted by mosquitoes, horse flies, gnats and deer flies. "Even though this disease does not affect humans, it is a disease that can have a devastating impact on our horse industry ... We are continuing to closely monitor the situation," the state's agriculture director said.

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