N.D. alerts ranchers after cow tests positive for anthrax

North Dakota state veterinarian Susan Keller reminds ranchers to protect their cattle from anthrax and be sure vaccinations for the disease are current after an unvaccinated beef cow tested positive for the bacterial disease. Anthrax spores remain dormant in soil for extended periods of time, and certain weather conditions can spark infections. North Dakota usually has a few cases annually.

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