In a case believed to be the first of its kind in the Hoosier state, a deceased bull has tested positive for anthrax at a cattle farm near Corydon, Ind. The Indiana Board of Animal Health has put the farm under a 30-day quarantine, which prevents any animals from entering or leaving the farm.

State officials have said there is no threat to public health. As part of the quarantine, animals on the farm will be monitored and vaccinated. Dr. Grant Hinder is a local veterinarian with knowledge of the case. He operates Down Home Veterinary Clinic, a mobile veterinary practice serving the Southern Indiana area. FULL REPORT