Animal Disease Control

Kansas continues to be Brucellosis, Tuberculosis and Pseudorabies free due to a continued and diligent effort to eradicate infectious and contagious livestock diseases throughout the state.

Diseases of concern

Senecavirus A

Senecavirus A, also known as Seneca Valley Virus, is a vesicular disease in swine, and its clinical signs can resemble Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD). All symptoms may not be present but can include vesicles on the snout or in oral mucosa, acute lameness, anorexia, lethargy and fever. It has been reported sporadically (fewer than 20 cases) in the United States since the 1980s, but recently it has been found in exhibition and commercial farrowing and finishing swine in several states.

Click here for a fact sheet on Senecavirus A.

Reportable Diseases

A "reportable disease" is any unusual occurrence of any exotic or newly-recognized disease the animal health commissioner determines to be immediately reportable.

To report a disease from this list, call the Kansas Division of Animal Health at: (785) 564-6601

Click here for a downloadable poster listing all animal-related reportable diseases in Kansas, and expand the selections below for more information about specific reportable diseases currently on the list.
  • African Swine Fever

  • Anthrax

  • Avian Influenza

  • Bovine Leukosis

  • Brucellosis

  • Classical Swine Fever

  • Contagious Equine Metritis

  • Equine Infectious Anemia

  • Exotic Newcastle Disease

  • Foot-and-Mouth Disease

  • Fowl Typhoid

  • Johne's Disease

  • Piroplasmosis

  • Pseudorabies

  • Psittacosis

  • Psoroptic Mange

  • Pullorum

  • Rabies

  • Rinderpest

  • Scabies

  • Scrapie

  • Swine Enteric Coronavirus Diseases

  • Trichomoniasis

  • Tuberculosis

  • Vesicular Exanthema

  • Vesicular Stomatitis

Annual Reports

The Division of Animal Health provides an annual report on both Kansas Feedlots and Kansas Livestock Markets. Click on the links below to view each report:


2016 Kansas Annual Feedlot Report 
2016 Annual Livestock Market Report