Cattle: Foot-and-Mouth Disease Signs
Vesicles (blisters) followed by erosions in the mouth or on the feet and the resulting excessive salivating or lameness are the best known signs of the disease. Often blisters may not be observed because they easily rupture, leading to erosions. Some of these other signs may appear in affected animals during an FMD outbreak:
–Temperatures rise markedly, then usually fall in about 2 to 3 days.