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Montana Lifts Imported Cattle Vaccination Requirement

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Montana’s Department of Livestock has lifted a requirement that female cattle imported into the state be vaccinated against brucellosis.

Brucellosis can cause pregnant animals to prematurely abort their young. 118 more words

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Several thousand cattle quarantined near Yellowstone

Source: Reuters, by Laura Zuckerman, 12/2014

Several thousand head of cattle have been quarantined in Montana after a cow near Yellowstone National Park tested positive for brucellosis, the livestock disease much feared by ranchers and also carried by elk and bison, state livestock officials said on Friday. 236 more words

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FWP approves proposal for bobcat fur farm in Fergus County

From:  3KRTV.com

CENTRAL MONTANA

Oct 25, 2014 9:46 AM by David Sherman

HELENA — Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks has approved and issued a license to a commercial… 699 more words

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Public Meetings on Brucellosis Vaccination Set for Billings, Three Forks

The Montana Department of Livestock will hold public meetings in Billings and Three Forks on a proposed rule that would remove brucellosis vaccination requirements for cattle imported into Montana from states, provinces and territories that have been brucellosis-free for at least 10 years. 233 more words

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14th September 1955. Cold War Paranoia.

When it was thought Rockall was sitting on top of natural gas, the Danes, Irish and the Icelanders became very interested as to ownership of the Rock. 495 more words

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Brucellosis - Bacterial Condition Causing Defective Body Organs

Brucellosis is a kind of bacterial disorder that has strength to destruct any body organs. Though it is not a spreadable disorder (1 person to another), but infected mothers caused by this disease have possibility to pass it to their infant through breastfeeding. 146 more words

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Former CFIA researcher pleads guilty in dangerous bacteria-smuggling case

OTTAWA – A former lead researcher at the Canadian Food Inspection Agency has pleaded guilty to attempting to smuggle dangerous bacteria to China.

Klaus Nielsen, who faced 11 charges accusing him of trying to take Brucella bacteria to China with the help of another former CFIA employee, was arrested two years ago as he headed to the Ottawa airport for a trip to China. 127 more words

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