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Officials urge anthrax vaccinations for S.D. cattle herds (via Tri-State Neighbor)

State veterinarians in South Dakota are encouraging cattle producers to include anthrax vaccine in their vaccination program when they turn cattle out to summer pastures this spring. Tri-State Neighbor quotes Russ Daly, SDSU Extension veterinarian: “Anthrax is a disease of cattle and other ruminants that results in sudden death in affected animals. It is also a potential human pathogen,” said Daly, who also serves as the state public health veterinarian.


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