Equine program lifts quarantine ban on stables

On Oct. 24, the quarantine that prevented any horses from leaving or being brought onto the Laramie County Community College campus was lifted by the equine program. LCCC’s equine program enforced the quarantine on Oct. 6 after two horses were euthanized in the LCCC stalls for an unknown illness. Along with the two horses, another

Unknown illness leads to the euthanization of two horses on campus

LCCC’s agriculture division is taking precautionary steps after two horses had to be euthanized for an unknown illness on campus.   Pathology reports have not yet come in but EHV-1 and EHV-4, two common diseases, have been ruled out as the cause, according to an LCCC press release. Another horse has been diagnosed with strangles,

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