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| Disease Awareness | Who is at risk | Disease Prevention | Routes of Infection | Syndromes & Signs |
| Disease Recogniton |

All livestock should have a physical exam before being admitted to the fair grounds. Suspicion and or recognition of any of the following diseases or syndromes should be reported immediately to the show/fair veterinarian for confirmation, and appropriate action taken to prevent introduction or spread of the disease.

Syndromes & Signs of Diseases (Click on the disease for details)

  1. Mouth (oral) lesions and / or excessive drooling
    | Anthrax | Atrophic Rhinitis | Blue Tongue | Bovine Papular Stomatitis |
    | Foot and Mouth Disease | Rabies| | Sore Mouth | Vesicular Stomatitis |
  2. Respiratory cough, panting and nasal discharge
    | Anthrax | Atrophic Rhinitis | Avian Influenza | Blue Tongue | Bovine Papular Stomatitis |
    | Caseous lymphadenitis | Foot and Mouth Disease | Exotic Newcastle |
  3. Eye discharge
    | Atrophic Rhinitis | Avian Influenza | Blue Tongue | Newcastle |
  4. Skin lesions, lumps, hair, feather, and wool loss
    | Anthrax | Atrophic Rhinitis | Blue Tongue | Bovine Papular Stomatitis | | Caseous lymphadenitis | |Erysipelas | Foot and Mouth Disease | Lice | Mange | Pseudocowpox | Rabies | Ringworm | Scrapie | Sore Mouth | Strangles | Warts |
  5. Nervousness or incoordination
    | Listeriosis| Q fever | Exotic Newcastle | Rabies | Scrapie | West Nile Virus |
  6. Lameness and foot lesions
    | Anthrax | Blue Tongue | Caseous lymphadenitis | Foot and Mouth Disease | Pseudocowpox |
  7. Udder (mammary) and teat lesions
    | Psuedocowpox | Sore Mouth | Foot and Mouth | Warts |
  8. Genital abnormalities; discharge, abortions, epidydimitis
    | Brucellosis | Campylobacteriosis | Enzootic Abortion | Scrapie | Q fever | Warts |
  9. Diarrhea
    | Cryptosporidiosis | Giardiasis | Exotic Newcastle | Salmonellosis |
  10. Red urine
    | Leptospirosis |
  11. Sudden death
    | Anthrax |