The occurrence of anaplasmosis has been shown to be more widespread in the U.S. than once thought, underscoring the need for cattle producers to be aware of causes and clinical signs of the disease, according to Oklahoma State University.
“This past year, confirmed cases of bovine anaplasmosis in the Midwest have reached record levels, and recent evidence of widespread anaplasmosis in Kansas provides reason to believe the disease is likely present in northwest Oklahoma as well,” sa
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