Cluster of Potomac Horse Fever Cases Confirmed in Kentucky

Aug 25, 2017

The height of the summer months are the most common time when horses are diagnosed with Potomac Horse Fever. With the anticipation of more horses to be diagnosed in August, it is important to make sure you are properly vaccinating to lessen the risk of having PHF in your barn. To find out more, follow the link above.

“Horses don’t have to live near water to contract PHF. Barn lights can attract flies, which then get into horses’ water buckets, feed troughs, and hay, and subsequently into the horse.”