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15 beef cattle in North Dakota killed by Anthrax
The North Dakota State University (NDSU) confirmed this outbreak: anthrax killed 15 beef cattle from a Dunn County farm. State Veterinarian Susan Keller says the source farm is under quarantine and the effected animals´ bodies were burned and buried. Keller says the cattle deaths are no threat to the public.

The remaining animals in the herd were treated with antibiotics and are expected to fare well. Animals can die a couple of weeks after exposure to anthrax spores, often with no sign of illness.

Risk to humans from cattle is low since veterinarians are trained to detect the disease, says Charlie Stoltenow, DVM for NDSU extension service.


Source: www.dvmnewsmagazine.com/dvm/


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