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Dr. Robert Barnett, a Fulton veterinarian, draws blood from "Noodle," a Tennessee Walking Horse owned by Toni Michelle of Fulton as the first step in the Coggins test to make sure the animal does not have equine infectious anemia (EIA). An outbreak of 12 cases of the disease in Nebraska has caused concern among Missouri horse owners.

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EIA breakout in Nebraska prompts concern of Missouri horse owners

A breakout of 12 cases of equine infectious anemia (EIA) in Nebraska has caused concern of Missouri owners of horses, mules and donkeys.


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