Rabies in South Dakota cattle
Over the past 10 years, this disease has been reported in animals from all but seven of South Dakota’s 66 counties. Rabies has the potential to affect any mammal— including humans. In our part of the country, the skunk is the reservoir for rabies, and is by far the most common wild animal species diagnosed with rabies.
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