An uptick in anaplasmosis cases warrants vigilance

An uptick in anaplasmosis cases warrants vigilance

THIS year, confirmed cases of anaplasmosis are at some of the greatest levels veterinarians have seen. With the high incidence of cases, it is important for cattle producers to be aware of what causes the disease and how it can rapidly spread through herds.

"I've been in the diagnostic lab for five years in the (Kansas State University) College of Veterinary Medicine, and the number of positive reported herds in Kansas this summer with anaplasmosis

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