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Geni Wren, Bovine Veterinarian Magazine
Humans animals, plants, insects, bacteria and viruses that may never have left one geographic area for another are now moving every day around the world. This movement can cause animal health syndromes that may not have been seen in some areas, or isolated cases may not be connected to other cases that have occurred elsewhere.
But that's changing. A unique program is being piloted in the states of New Mexico and Texas that is equipping practitioners with tools for reporting a variety of animal health conditions and then relaying that information, analyzing it and reporting it in newar real time.