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Horses and Foot and Mouth disease

updated August 5, 2007

There is a negligible chance that a horse imported to Australia or New Zealand could introduce FMD to the livestock population. Susceptible animals and their products, and also people, are the scientifically accepted ways that FMD has been transmitted between susceptible livestock groups. Horses have never been implicated in the transmission of FMD.



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