All Vesicular Stomatitis Quarantines Released in Texas

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For the first time since May 19, Texas has no animals or herds restricted because of vesicular stomatitis (VS), a blistering disease that can temporarily debilitate affected equine animals, cattle, goats, deer, swine, or other susceptible species. The disase occurs every few years in the Southwest, and the virus is thought to be transmitted by sand flies and black flies. Animals affected by

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