Ask the Vet Live segment on equine botulism tonight

BrownHorsePortrait_blogWant to learn more about equine botulism? Tune into The’s Ask the Vet Live segment at 8 p.m. EST tonight for information on the disease, from risk factors to signs and symptoms.

The segment will feature Neogen’s Director of Professional Services Dr. James Little and Dr. Allison Stewart, a professor of equine internal medicine at Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. To submit questions or to sign up for a reminder, please visit The Ask the Vet page here.

Neogen sponsored a previous Ask the Vet segment on botulism in April, which addressed questions ranging from how horses acquire the disease to the difference between botulism and other equine ailments. Read more about the earlier segment here.

This article was originally posted on Neogen’s equine botulism blog, which is available here.

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