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Botulism Vaccination Protocols for Horses

What are the recommendations for the equine botulism vaccine? Is there a booster series? Once you start vaccination, how frequently do you need to go back for more doses?

Dr. Daniela Luethy covers recommendations for the botulism vaccination and booster series for horses in an excerpt from the Ask TheHorse Live Q&A: “Botulism: Deadly to […]

Vaccination cheat sheet from The Horse and Neogen

The reason we vaccinate our horses is simple: We want to minimize their risk of contracting a life-threatening and/or infectious disease. Learn more about vaccinations with this helpful guide from The Horse, sponsored by Neogen. Zoom in here.

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Equine botulism leads to two deaths in Nova Scotia

Equine botulism is the cause behind two deaths at an animal rescue in Nova Scotia, Canada this month, with a third horse having been diagnosed, reports CBC.

Like many cases of equine botulism, the horses affected most likely became ill after eating hay that had been contaminated with the toxin-producing bacteria Clostridium botulinum. The bacteria […]

Risk-Based Vaccine: Botulism — American Association of Equine Practitioners

Clostridium botulinum is the most potent biological toxin known. The American Association of Equine Practitioners created this helpful resource on Clostridium botulinum Type B, which causes equine botulism, and the vaccine against it.

Neogen offers the vaccine BotVax B, which inoculates against botulism in three doses, each one month apart. BotVax B is the only […]