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A countrywide test of trotters for possible capacity reducing effects of influenza vaccination

A countrywide test of trotters for possible capacity reducing effects of influenza vaccination

Third International Symposium on Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics, Arlington, Virginia, USA, 6-10 September 1982: 210-215

In a three year trial involving 1572 horses born in 1977, 521 horses were given one of two commercial equine influenza vaccines, 531 were given adjuvant only and 520 (controls) were given zinc hydroxide. Two inoculations were given in the first year and one in each of the following two years. 301 horses were excluded after the first inoculation because of acute or suspected vaccine hypersensitivity.

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