Dr. Beth Ruby, staff veterinarian at the Oklahoma Dept of Ag, and Director of Avian and Equine Health, covers why it is so important to have horses tested for Equine Infectious Anemia. We clear up some laws and share what might be different from state to state. And most importantly, we talk about why more horses might be testing positive for EIA.
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