Kentucky.com - Full Article
Thursday, Sep. 16, 2010
Before touching a blade of bluegrass, animals must spend 2 days in isolation
By Janet Patton - firstname.lastname@example.org
When the horses from Europe and the Middle East begin arriving Thursday at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, they probably won't feel like they are in Kentucky for the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games.
They might feel as if they are in limbo.
Technically, they are. They will be in quarantine, isolated from U.S. air, water, soil and other animals until the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Kentucky Department of Agriculture have determined they are free of a set of rare diseases with deceptively benign-sounding names (like glanders or dourine) that are generally incurable and often fatal.
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