Nasal discharge was in 2 of the 3 horses on this farm. Both started about 1 week after going on a trail ride with other horses and sharing a common watre source. No fever, eating well, no swollen lymph nodes. Assume this is strangles until proven otherwise due to history, multiple horses affected, and physical characteristics of the discharge.


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