Anthrax: Vaccination considerations

Anthrax: Vaccination considerations

Russ Daly, DVM

Tri State Livestock News

Nearly every summer, cases of anthrax in cattle are reported from pastures in South Dakota. Anthrax is a disease that can strike quickly, usually causing death losses without prior noticeable clinical signs in the animals. Anthrax is caused by bacteria, Bacillus anthracis, which has the ability to form very resistant spores in the soil.

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