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Anthrax confirmed in North Dakota beef cow
BISMARCK — North Dakota State Veterinarian Susan Keller is urging ranchers in areas with a history of anthrax to take actions to protect their cattle from the disease, after a confirmed case in Hettinger County.
Wednesday, June, 05, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Testing shows no spread of bovine TB in ND
BISMARCK — State Veterinarian Susan Keller says field and laboratory testing indicates that bovine tuberculosis found in a beef cow in south central North Dakota hasn't spread to other animals.
Friday, August, 23, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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PHOTOS: 170 dogs seized from puppy mill
Cass breeder supplied store at West Acres mall, shop owner says
WHEATLAND, N.D. - Cass County authorities Wednesday seized 170 dogs living in filthy, cramped conditions at an apparent puppy mill near here after an anonymous tipster called a deputy state veterinarian.
Friday, July, 12, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Blizzard cattle losses will hit western South Dakota economy hard
RAPID CITY, S.D. – An early October blizzard that killed thousands of cattle in western South Dakota will have a staggering impact on the regional economy, the head of the state Stockgrowers Association said.
Wednesday, October, 23, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Deer disease now being found in some ND cattle
BISMARCK — A fatal disease that has struck North Dakota's deer population this year is now being found in cattle.
Thursday, October, 10, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Preven spread of porcine epidemic diarrhea
FARGO - North Dakota State University livestock specialists and state animal health officials are urging swine producers to prevent the spread of the porcine epidemic diarrhea (PED) virus to their herds.
Friday, June, 14, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Letter: Editorial wrong about law, unfair to county authorities
In response to the editorial in The Forum on July 13, “N.D. animal abuse law is a failure,” I wish to point out that the law the Legislature passed this past session does not go into effect until Aug. 1.
Saturday, July, 27, 2013 - INFORUM - Opinion

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Livestock killed by blizzard in SD, ND could cause $1.7 billion in total losses
RAPID CITY, S.D. — An early October blizzard that killed tens of thousands of cattle in western South Dakota will have a staggering impact on the regional economy, the head of the state Stockgrower's Association said.
Tuesday, October, 22, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Porcine epidemic diarrhea still a threat
Although the porcine epidemic diarrhea virus has not been reported in North Dakota, the number of cases continues to grow elsewhere in the U.S.
Tuesday, December, 10, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Bovine TB case in ND shouldn't hurt exports
BISMARCK — North Dakota's first reported case of bovine tuberculosis in 14 years shouldn't threaten the state's federally designated “TB-free” status, state and cattle industry officials say.
Friday, June, 14, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Pig virus migrates to US, threatens pork prices
DENVER — Pork prices may be on the rise in the next few months because of a new virus that has migrated to the U.S, killing piglets in 15 states at an alarming rate in facilities where it has been reported.
Wednesday, July, 10, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Wanted: Pregnant cows to help S.D. ranchers recover from storm
Ranchers in South Dakota who lost large parts of their cattle herds to a winter storm are not asking for blankets or food to help them recover. They want pregnant cows and heifers of breeding age, said a group organizing donations on Tuesday.
Wednesday, October, 16, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Wanted: Pregnant cows
SD ranchers looking to bolster cattle herds after devastating losses in Oct. 3-5 blizzard
Ranchers in South Dakota who lost large parts of their cattle herds to a winter storm are not asking for blankets or food to help them recover.
Thursday, October, 17, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Yellowstone National Park eyes possible slaughter of hundreds of bison
Yellowstone National Park managers are considering a plan that would ship hundreds of bison to slaughter if large numbers of the nation's last purebred herd migrate out of parkland and into Montana state lands in search of food.
Wednesday, February, 12, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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Hawley woman advocates for longer time between pets' rabies shots
HAWLEY, Minn. - Jane Anderson believes too many veterinarians are not following the recommendations for rabies vaccinations, which costs pet owners money and risks the health of cats and dogs. Anderson said she first became aware of the issue when she moved here about six years ago to open Groom Room, a dog kennel and grooming business.
Wednesday, May, 08, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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S.D. rancher: Images of dead cattle after storm 'is something you can't wipe out of our eyes'
The storm was just so sudden, South Dakota cattle rancher Kathy Jobgen remembers. A freezing rain, followed by an avalanche of four feet of snow and winds of 70 miles an hour, hit thousands of cattle still grazing on "summer pastures" at a time when the animals had not yet grown their protective winter coats and were ill prepared for the harsh conditions.
Tuesday, October, 15, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Failure to seize horses ends in botched rescue
FARGO – The planned rescue of up to 40 reportedly malnourished horses Saturday from a Kathryn, N.D., ranch was thwarted when the horses’ owner apparently sold the animals before deputies could seize them and turn them over for adoption.
Sunday, January, 26, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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