N.M. farm under quarantine due to vesicular stomatitis case

05/1/2012 | Alamogordo Daily News (N.M.)

An equine farm in New Mexico is under quarantine after one of five horses was diagnosed with vesicular stomatitis, a viral disease of horses, cattle and swine that causes painful blisters in and around the mouth. The USDA and the New Mexico Livestock Board are examining other animals in the area for possible vesicular stomatitis.

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