Brucellosis risks for ranchers

Jun 21, 2013
Brucellosis is an infectious zoonotic disease that can affect cattle, goats, sheep, pigs (including feral swine), and, less commonly, dogs. This disease can also affect humans. Individuals that are at a higher risk of contracting brucellosis include farmers, ranchers, veterinarians and slaughterhouse workers.

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