Can my horse die from tetanus?
Unfortunately, about 80% of infected horses die from tetanus. The bacteria produce a powerful nerve toxin, causing many muscles of the body to spasm uncontrollably. The first sign of a problem may be the way your….READ MORE
Is tetanus caused from rusty nails?
The organism that causes tetanus, Clostridium tetani, lives in soil and manure and enters the body through wounds, like a wound caused by a nail. Tetanus can be avoided with vaccination….READ MORE
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