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A study conducted by researchers at the Swedish University of Agricultural Science reported that flunixin (Banamine) given intravenously or orally (granulate in oats) could contaminate stalls and cause later occupants to test positive for the medication because of environmental contamination. This means that a horse not treated with flunixin which occupies a stall immediately after a treated horse can have a positive drug test for Banamine.
|Jennifer Mathes, Ph.D.|