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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pigeon_fever

Pigeon fever is a disease of horses, also known as dryland distemper or equine distemper, caused by the Gram-positive bacteria Corynebacterium ...

equusmagazine.com/horse-world/6-pigeon-fever-54183

Apr 19, 2017 ... These days a new reality of American horsekeeping is that pigeon fever can happen pretty much anywhere at any time of year. Also called ...

www.thehorse.com/articles/34051/pigeon-fever-myths-and-misconceptions

Jun 20, 2014 ... As pigeon fever spreads across the United States, so does information--and misinformation--about it. As equine diseases spread ...

holistichorse.com/health-care/the-growing-threat-of-pigeon-fever

Also referred to as dryland distemper or Colorado strangles, pigeon fever earned its name from the characteristic swelling of a horse's chest from abscesses in ...

aaep.org/sites/default/files/Guidelines/PigeonFeverGuidelines52713.pdf

Pigeon Fever (Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis infection) ... suggesting that the disease could be transmitted through horse-to-horse contact or from.

aaep.org/horsehealth/pigeon-fever

Pigeon Fever is the common term for an infection caused by the bacterial organism ... cause swelling and give the horse's chest a “pigeon-breast” appearance.

www.vetmed.ucdavis.edu/ceh/local_resources/pdfs/HorseReport-Winter2014.pdf

A publication of the Center for Equine Health • School of Veterinary Medicine • University of California, Davis. Pigeon Fever. Varying Forms of Infection in Horses.

www.equinemedsurg.com/articles/equine-lyme-equine-pigeon-fever

Equine Lyme/Horse Lyme. Equine Pigeon Fever/Horse Pigeon Fever. Equine Lyme/Horse Lyme. 1. Cause. • Only one cause – Ticks, which transmit bacteria to  ...

wagwalking.com/horse/condition/pigeon-fever

These large abscesses lead to the puffed-up appearance of the horse's pectoral muscles. Though humans cannot catch pigeon fever, those who work with ...