Rabies vaccinations are urged for Colorado livestock, horses

12/3/2010 | KUNC-FM (Greeley, Colo.)

The recent increase in rabid coyotes and skunks in Colorado is putting cattle and horses at a greater risk of catching rabies, which can be indicated by a sickly appearance, neurological disorders and other signs. Rabies often is hard to diagnose in large farm animals, so owners are advised to have their horses, livestock and pets vaccinated against the disease, veterinarians say.

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