Livestock Quarantined In 70 Locations After Disease Found

· Aug. 18, 2015, 1:10 pm

A debilitating livestock virus has prompted the Colorado Department of Agriculture to place animals in 70 locations across the state under quarantine.

The Greeley Tribune reports that horses, mules and cattle herds have tested positive for vesicular stomatitis, known as VS.

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