Cattle test positive for deer virus in North Dakota

11/22/2011 | KFYR-TV (Bismarck, N.D.)

Three dead cattle in North Dakota tested positive for epizootic hemorrhagic disease, a deadly virus usually found in wild ruminants but sometimes transmitted to domestic animals via biting midges. The disease is not transmissible to humans, but state veterinarian Susan Keller recommends that producers contact a veterinarian if they observe oral erosions or lameness in their animals.

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