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Livestock owners MUST test/treat their cattle to prevent human infection!!More cases of disease RECENTLY!

 
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08/16/2011 12:03 AM
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Livestock owners MUST test/treat their cattle to prevent human infection!!More cases of disease RECENTLY!
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Severe drought in the southern U.S., coupled with extreme wet conditions in the upper Midwest, is creating situations in which North Dakota veterinarians and livestock owners may see health problems not normally found in the state.

“There is unprecedented movement of cattle across the country,” says North Dakota State University Extension Service veterinarian Charlie Stoltenow.

“Livestock owners may see signs in their cattle that they have not seen before.

If they do, they should contact their veterinarian right away and have the animal examined.”

Health problems cattle owners might see include anaplasmosis, red water disease and babesiosis.

My Opinion: I think we need more regulations, vet approved meat, thoroughly tested. Relying on the livestock co's to do this, just can't be trusted! I don't know if I will be eating meat

Last Edited by elenin2011 on 08/16/2011 12:03 AM





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