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Rift Valley Fever

Other Names: Infectious Enzootic Hepatitis of Sheep and Cattle
Rift valley fever (RVF) is a zoonotic, arthropod-borne viral disease of domestic ruminants that infects humans after an infected mosquito bite.

Disease Agents

  • Phlebovirus

Disease Presentation

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Prevention and Control

RVF Prevention Practices
Provides specific prevention recommendations for beef or dairy operations to implement once RVF has been diagnosed in the U.S.
[English PDF] [Spanish PDF]
[English PPT] [Spanish PPT]
[English Speaker Notes] [Spanish Speaker Notes]

RVF Prevention Practices Checklist
Supplements the RVF Prevention Practices handout.
[English PDF] [Spanish PDF]

RVF Response Package
If RVF is ever diagnosed in the United States, this "response package" can get prevention information into the hands of producers and allied industries as soon as possible.
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General Factsheet
Provides more detailed disease information to assist extension personnel with media interviews or general inquiries.
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Citations

To cite the factsheets found on this website, the following information can be used:
Spickler, Anna Rovid. "Title of Factsheet." "Date of Factsheet (Last Updated)."
At http://www.cfsph.iastate.edu/DiseaseInfo/factsheets.php