K-State veterinarian Gregg Hanzlicek takes up the rare, but possible, prospect of rabies in cattle herds. Hanzlicek explains how it can be contracted, and the clincal signs of rabies in a beef animal. He advises producers to use the world-renowened rabies laboratory at K-State as a resource.
Clinical signs of rabies in cattle
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