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Montana sheep quarantined over bluetongue concerns
Sheep producers in Musselshell County, MT, are not allowed to transport
sheep anywhere within or beyond county lines for the next 30 days
because of a recent possible outbreak of bluetongue.
State Veterinarian Dr. Marty Zaluski authorized the hold order Monday,
Sept. 10, in an effort to reduce potential transmission of the virus.
About 100 sheep in Musselshell County have died within the past two
weeks. Several initially tested positive for the virus in a ...
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