All Vesicular Stomatitis Quarantines Released in Texas

For the first time since May 19, Texas has no livestock restrictions due to vesicular stomatitis (VS), a blistering disease thought to be transmitted by sand flies and black flies that appears every few years in the Southwest. Sick livestock usually begin to heal several weeks after exhibiting blisters, sloughing skin, or sores in and around the mouth, above the hooves, or on the muzzle or

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