AUSTRALIA: Second farm quarantined after heifer dies from anthrax
The death of a two-year-old heifer from bacterial anthrax has left a second farm in Victoria state under quarantine. Keith Hamilton, the state's agriculture minister, released a statement yesterday [Sunday] that said: "Immediate measures have been taken to control the disease by quarantining the property, disposing of the infected carcass by incineration and vaccinating the remaining cattle on the property.
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