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  • Quarantined bison from Y-stone attract interest

    By Matthew Brown
    Billings, Montana (AP)

    Wildlife officials say a Montana Indian tribe, an Illinois zoo and a North Dakota landowner are seeking to take a small herd of wild bison that have been held in quarantine outside Yellowstone National Park for the last several years.

    The animals were spared from a government program to capture and slaughter most bison leaving the park, to prevent the spread of the animal disease brucellosis to cattle.


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    there is no scientific evidence that Brucellosis can even transfer to cattle.
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      u are here: Animal Health > Animal Diseases > Brucellosis Disease Information
      Animal Health

      Brucellosis Disease Information


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      Facts About Brucellosis (pdf 31kb)

      Fluorescence Polarization Assay (FPA) Validation Report (pdf 316kb)

      Cattle and Bison (pdf 75kb)

      Monthly Report (pps 1.30mb)
      Yearly Report (pdf 23kb)
      Status by State Affected Herds (xls 23kb)

      RB 51 Vaccine (pdf 10kb)

      Bovine Uniform Methods and Rules (pdf 227kb)
      In Cervidae Uniform Methods and Rules (pdf 51kb)

      Bison Bulls EA - Study of Shedding and Venereal Transmission of Brucella abortus by Bison Bulls in the Greater Yellowstone Area, Environmental Assessment, February 2010 (pdf 92kb)
      Notice of Availability of FONSI - Finding of No Significant Impact for the Proposed Study of Shedding and Venereal Transmission of Brucella abortus by Bison Bulls in the Greater Yellowstone Area (pdf 13kb)
      Bison Bulls FONSI - Finding of No Significant Impact for the Proposed Study of Shedding and Venereal Transmission of Brucella abortus by Bison Bulls in the Greater Yellowstone Area, Environmental Assessment (pdf 305kb)
      Summary of and Responses to the Comments - Summary of and Responses to the Comments received on the Environmental Assessment Prepared for the Proposed Study of Shedding and Venereal Transmission of Brucella abortus by Bison Bulls in the Greater Yellowstone Area (pdf 45kb)

      Environmental Documents (Archived)

      Evaluation of the brucellosis and bovine tuberculosis status of bison and elk populations in Elk Island National Park, Alberta, Canada (pdf 992kb)

      Swine Brucellosis

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