Several new cases of respiratory illness have been observed across the facility in the past three days, according to the June 9 sitrep.
Most have been identified as equine strangles although one appeared to be similar to the pneumonia seen in the West Douglas horses.
A horse in the general population died today with nonspecific signs and a post-mortem exam was inconclusive. Samples have been taken and submitted for laboratory testing.
The mortality table still shows 145 deaths.
Last week a horse was lost to colic. Another died this week. How many actually survive these death camps, which are operated for the benefit of the public-lands ranchers?
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