Anaplasmosis: Not Just the South, Not Just from Ticks

Anaplasmosis: Not Just the South, Not Just from Ticks

John Maday

Bovine Veterinarian

Because of a slow, six-to eight-week incubation period, anaplasmosis often turns up in cattle herds around this time of year, as the disease emerges in herds exposed to ticks or other vectors during the summer.

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