First-time bovine TB found in Cheboygan, MI


Bovine tuberculosis has been detected in a cattle herd in Michigan. Over 81 herds have contracted bovine TB in the state in the past twenty years.

During routine testing, the illness was found in a beef herd in Cheboygan County, according to the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development.

This is the first time bovine TB has been found in cattle in Cheboygan, but the Department had confirmed cases in white-tailed deer back in 2010.


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Story via Devon Kessler with Up North Live