An outbreak of Salmonella is being linked to dairy
bull calves bought in Wisconsin.
According to the Centers
for Disease Control and Prevention.
21 people from eight states have been infected since
Eight of those 21 people were hospitalized.
but no deaths have been reported.
The C-D-C says its investigation leads to dairy bull
calves from Wisconsin markets as the likely source
of the outbreak.
Affected states include Wisconsin, Minnesota, South
Dakota, California, Iowa, Idaho, Missouri, and Oklahoma.