North Dakota's top vet urges anthrax vaccination for farm animals

North Dakota's first confirmed case of anthrax this year has been detected in Sioux County, prompting the state veterinarian to remind ranchers to begin having their animals vaccinated against the disease. Anthrax bacteria tend to be active during floods, heavy rains and drought. The disease in 2005 killed about 1,000 animals in the state.

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