NewsDesk @bactiman63 The Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) reports three juvenile grizzly bears tested positive for highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) virus this fall. The...

NewsDesk @bactiman63 According to a news release from Mattilsynet (Norwegian Food Safety Authority) computer translated: The parasite Echinococcus (Echinococcus canadensis G10) has been detected on a...

NewsDesk @bactiman63 In a follow-up report on the horse botulism cases in Louisiana and several other states, the Louisiana Department of Agriculture & Forestry (LDAF), in cooperation with the U.S....

NewsDesk @bactiman63 In a follow-up on the suspected botulism outbreak in horses in Louisiana, federal officials know of at least 98 horses in Colorado, Louisiana, New Mexico, and Texas who showed neurologic...

NewsDesk @bactiman63 Mississippi bird flu cases increasing Reports of sick and dead birds across the state of Mississippi and surrounding states are increasing, as an apparent outbreak of highly pathogenic...

NewsDesk @bactiman63 A Quarter Horse breeding farm had 15 horses become acutely ill since December 3rd, according to an disease alert published by the Equine Disease Communication Center (EDCC) today. Two...

NewsDesk @bactiman63 South Carolina health officials announced the confirmation of rabies in a calf found near Red Feather Road and Pine Grove Road in Seneca, Oconee County. Three people were exposed...

By NewsDesk  @bactiman63 Although the term zoonosis is not often heard in everyday life, it defines a very common situation: the transmission of infectious diseases between vertebrate animals and human...

NewsDesk @bactiman63 Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium has closed the Simmons Aviary, Lied Jungle, and the Desert Dome due to the death of a Pink backed pelican from Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza...

NewsDesk @bactiman63  The Atlantic County Division of Public Health is reporting a case of rabies in a horse located in Buena Borough. The horse’s owner sought treatment for the horse after it was...