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Equine flu cases rise in May

There were 28 confirmed equine influenza outbreaks during May, compared to just 12 in April Article courtesy from MRCVS Online June 2019 Equine influenza continues to be reported in the UK and Europe, according to the latest update from the Animal Health Trust (AHT)....

What seed is this?

And the answer is….. A SYCAMORE SEED! And the condition is atypical myopathy. This is a disease that is seen in grazing horses commonly in Autumn. Atypical myopathy has been linked to a toxin, Hypoglycin A, in the seeds of the sycamore tree. This toxin affects...