SD Extension Vet Explains Long-Term Health Concerns After Atlas Blizzard

The blizzard Atlas hit Western South Dakota and the nearby states of Wyoming and Nebraska with a wicked blow in October 2013, resulting in the death of nearly 22,000 cattle. However, in terms of animal health, the effects of the blizzard will likely continue for some time to come. Russ Daly, Extension veterinarian with South Dakota State University, explains some of the longer-term implications of the storm.

 

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