With the coronavirus spreading across the country and infecting people who eat farm produce, producers are trying to keep their herds healthy.
“It’s kind of like the Wild West,” said Dan Lutz, a spokesman for the Colorado Farm Bureau.
“I think it’s a very good thing.
It keeps the population in check.”
So far, he said, the virus has killed about 100 people in the United States, including two people who died at a hospital in Oregon.
Some farmers have been reluctant to use the vaccine, saying it can cause side effects.
“We have been seeing more cases,” Lutz said.
“There’s no doubt that there’s a lot of misinformation.”
But the virus is now spreading rapidly in California and other states, which have had a resurgence in recent years, and experts say it’s likely to spread further this year.
That could mean more deaths in the future, especially in the West.
The CDC is asking people who have recently been vaccinated to get tested.
People can also call the state’s Public Health Department to find out whether they’re infected and to get more information on how to protect themselves.
“We need to get vaccinated as soon as we can,” said Roberta Smith, the chief of the CDC’s division of influenza.
There’s been a significant uptick in the number of reported cases in California, and it’s only been in recent weeks that there have been reports of the virus circulating in Oregon, Colorado, New York and Texas.
There were no confirmed cases in Colorado, but the county has seen several outbreaks.
The new cases are the most recent, said Dr. Robert Hessler, the CDC director.
There’s no question that this is an active epidemic in the U.S., Hessler said.
But this is the first time that we’ve had a spike of cases in the Western U.K., Canada and the U!
He also said the virus in the western U..
S. is relatively mild compared with the other regions, although there are still outbreaks in some parts of the country.
Some farm workers say they’re not worried about the coronovirus, saying the virus won’t hurt their crop or kill people.
“As long as you have a plan, you can get through it,” said Rick Noyes, who farms in Wyoming and California.
In California, officials have said that the coronivirus is spreading because the virus was released in a remote part of the state that has been under quarantine.
It has been there for months, and people have not been vaccinated.
California’s farm workers are being tested for the virus and told to stay home until the coronvirus is contained.
In Arizona, the outbreak has spread to a cattle herd and several farm animals, and officials have begun asking workers to get their vaccines.
“People should be worried.
This is a pandemic,” said John Rupp, Arizona’s chief medical officer.