Keith Roehr

Fourth Colorado Case Of Livestock Rabies Confirmed

A bull that died of rabies in Weld County is the fourth confirmed case of Colorado livestock infected by the virus this year, the state agriculture department announced.


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Viral Disease Confirmed In 3 Colorado Yaks

Colorado agriculture officials say a viral disease that can cause fever, loss of appetite, and lesions of the mouth in animals has been diagnosed in at least three yaks.


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Ag Department Warns Of Cattle Venereal Disease

The Colorado Department of Agriculture is warning cattle owners after several cases of a bovine venereal disease were reported.