Protecting the Herd: Veterinarians warn of Potomac Horse Fever

The Tennessee Department of Agriculture is warning horse owners of the Potomac Horse Fever, which could spread due to the ongoing drought and extreme temperatures.

Dr. Alexa McCourt is a staff veterinarian with the department and she joined RFD-TV’s own Suzanne Alexander to discuss the disease and how horse owners can take prevention measures.

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