Veterinarians warn of newly detected tick-borne disease

The Tennessee Department of Agriculture is warning cattle owners about a tick-borne illness found in the Volunteer State.

Dr. Samantha Beaty, the Tennessee State Veterinarian, spoke with RFD-TV’s own Tammi Arender about the detection of the disease, the impact it could have on cattle, and prevention measures for your herd.

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