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administered. The foal suckled intermittently when the mare was standing. Serum IgG concentrations of the foal were evaluated, which yielded a qualitative value of approximately 800 mg/dL. Severity of the mare's condition suggested that she would be unable to

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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

a plasma IgG concentration > 1,000 mg/dL. A blood sample collected from the filly soon after birth was submitted for bacterial culture and yielded growth of Pantoea agglomerans . The filly was treated with broad-spectrum antimicrobials (penicillin G

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