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Northwest Colorado Still Free of Vesicular Stomatitis

cdaNorthwest Colorado is still free of Vesicular Stomatitis, a livestock disease that causes blisters and lesions in the mouths of animals. The disease often prevents the animal from eating, and can prove fatal. Earlier this year, the ailments showed up in all three counties of the Continue reading

Northwest Colorado Free of Vesicular Stomatitis

cdaNorthwest Colorado is again free of Vesicular Stomatitis. That’s according to the Colorado Department of Agriculture, which says the only quarantine that was active in the northwest part of the state has been released. There have been 6 quarantines this year in Moffat, Routt and Rio Continue reading

Case of Vesicular Stomatitis Found in Moffat County

cdaAs of this week, the Colorado Department of Agriculture’s State Veterinarian’s Office has 42 locations in 14 counties under quarantine after horses, mules, and cattle herds tested positive for Vesicular Stomatitis (VS). That includes a location in Moffat County. The Northwest part Continue reading

Routt and Rio Blanco Counties Free of V.S.

cdaThe Routt and Rio Blanco County sites that were quarantined due to cases of vesicular stomatitis have been released from quarantine. The Colorado Department of Agriculture’s State Veternarian’s Office has 46 locations in 14 counties under quarantine due to the disease. In Continue reading

Vesicular Stomatitis Found in Northwest Colorado

cdaVesicular Stomatitis, a livestock disease that typically causes oral blisters and sores that can be painful causing difficulty in eating and drinking, has made its way into Northwest Colorado. The Colorado Department of Agriculture says they have quarantined 64 Continue reading

Vesicular Stomatitis Still A Problem In Colorado

cattleAs of Thursday, the Colorado Department of Agriculture’s State Veterinarian’s Office has 91 locations in 11 counties under quarantine after horses, mules and cows tested positive for Vesicular Stomatitis.   Both Mesa and Delta Counties have effected animals.  Those attending shows and fairs, livestock owners and veterinarians can stay up to date on the latest information by checking this link.

All Quarantines Related to Vesicular Stomatitis have been Released

cdaAs of yesterday, the Colorado Department of Agriculture’s State Veterinarian’s Office has released all quarantines related to the 2014 Vesicular Stomatitis outbreak in Colorado. In all, there were 556 livestock investigations in the state resulting in 370 quarantines. Continue reading

Northwest Colorado Continues to Avoid VS

cdaAs of November 12th, the Colorado Department of Agriculture’s State Veterinarian’s Office has 43 locations under quarantine after horses and cows tested positive for Vesicular Stomatitis (VS); 312 of the 355 quarantines have now been released. Northwest Colorado has been able to Continue reading

VS Quarantines Being Released

cdaAs of this week, the Colorado Department of Agriculture’s State Veterinarian’s Office has 65 locations under quarantine after horses and cows tested positive for Vesicular Stomatitis (VS); 261 of the 326 quarantines have now been released. Northwest Colorado is still VS free at this point, Continue reading

Vesicular Stomatitus Yet to Reach Northwest Colorado

cdaAs of Wednesday, the Colorado Department of Agriculture’s State Veterinarian’s Office has 69 locations under quarantine after horses and cows tested positive for Vesicular Stomatitis (VS); 251 of the 320 quarantines have now been released. Fortunately, no cases have been Continue reading

VS Cases Increase; Quarantine Zones Decrease

cdaColorado’s Vesicular Stomatitis outbreak has so far stayed out of the northwest part of the state. As of Wednesday, the Colorado Department of Agriculture’s State Veterinarian’s Office has 126 locations under quarantine after horses and cows tested positive for VS; 177 of the 303 Continue reading

Quarantines Continue for Vesicular Stomatitis

cdaAs of Wednesday, the Colorado Department of Agriculture’s State Veterinarian’s Office has 189 locations under quarantine after horses and cows tested positive for Vesicular Stomatitis (VS); 88 of the 277 quarantines have now been released. Fortunately, the disease has not made Continue reading