Indiana last year found two beef herds and one white-tailed deer positive for bovine TB, all within Franklin County.
The Indiana State Board of Animal Health says the beef cattle herd is in Franklin County and has been placed under quarantine.
As the heat index nears triple digits this week, show people are taking extra measures to ensure their prized cows stay cool.
The Farm Bill that went into effect this week includes millions of dollars to restore farmland, wetlands and grasslands.
The state is considering regulating satellite manure storage facilities.
Despite health concerns, public interest in legalizing the sale of unpasteurized milk remains high.
Officials say all tests for bovine tuberculosis on the possibly affected cattle have come back negative.
Hoosiers can expect to pay significantly higher beef prices in the coming months.