CSU In The News Archive

Senate approves agriculture bill

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$817,000 for infectious disease research to the Center for Economically Important Infectious Animal Diseases at Colorado State University. This center is the only institution conducting multidisciplinary research focused entirely on animal diseases that either cause, or have the potential to …

Inspections of fowl may be increased

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In a meeting last week, state officials discussed creating more sites where hunters would bring in fowl for inspection, said Kristy Pabilonia, avian disease diagnostic veterinarian with Colorado State University’s diagnostic lab.

Too late to track mad cow

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“The ability to trace back is possible and does exist, but it takes some time and a bit of detective work to figure out where animals were and where their cohorts were,” said Dr. Jack Whittier, beef extension specialist at …