- Expo takes precautions to prevent spread of virus Updated: Apr-14-14 7:55 am
- Montana aims to reduce elk from spreading disease Updated: Apr-11-14 1:58 pm
- Panhandle rehearses to handle livestock disasters Updated: Apr-06-14 5:13 pm
- Vermont reports first case of swine virus Updated: Mar-29-14 1:07 pm
- Federal judge upholds bighorn protection plan Updated: Mar-26-14 5:51 pm
- Dakotas take precautions for pig virus, fair shows Updated: Mar-25-14 6:52 pm
- Vt. vet urges horse vaccines for EEE, West Nile Updated: Mar-22-14 8:47 am
ST. PAUL, Minnesota - An outbreak of a potentially deadly equine virus will mean some empty stalls at the upcoming Minnesota Horse Expo.
HELENA, Montana - Montana Fish and Wildlife commissioners seeking to reduce the spread of disease to cattle will allow landowners to fence out and kill elk in the spring.
AMARILLO, Texas - Planners in the Texas Panhandle - a major region for cattle feedlots, hog production and the dairy industry - have completed an 18-month $1.4 million program to help minimize and survive natural or man-made disasters such as a major disease outbreak.
MONTPELIER, Vermont - Vermont has seen its first case of a swine virus spreading across the country that kills nearly all the young pigs that catch it, said the Vermont Agency of Agriculture.
BOISE, Idaho - A federal judge has ruled that a U.S. Forest Service plan to reduce domestic sheep grazing on the Payette National Forest by about 70 percent to protect bighorn sheep from diseases will remain in place.
PIERRE, South Dakota - A swine virus has prompted the cancellation of at least one 4H competition and forced other precautions at state and county fairs in North Dakota and South Dakota in an effort to limit its spread.
MONTPELIER, Vermont - The Vermont state veterinarian is urging horse owners to vaccinate their animals against Eastern Equine Encephalitis and West Nile virus.