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Unformatted text preview: ** forms blisters (vesicles) around the mouth and on hooves lip, tongue, nose, muzzle, udder High fever Severe cases: hooves will Painful to stand on feet slough off Excessive drooling Sucking on own tongue Vesicles usually develop within 48 hours ** can pass through semen and urine can also pass placentally (saving infected embryos Other animals that can get infected :- elephants- rats and mice- hedgehogs- llamas and alpacas- armadillos Eliminate every animal within a 10-mile radius every virus is killed at 160 o degrees Humans can be carriers aren’t effected like animals Other vesicular diseases : Swine Vesicular Disease (SVD) Vesicular Stomatitis * pigs are allergic to turnips if fed: develop symptoms for these diseases...
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- Spring '08
- Swine influenza, America Vesicular disease