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July 12, 2017--Based on test results reported on July 12th, the level of cyanotoxins in Utah Lake is NOT considered a health threat to livestock at this time. According to Assistant State Veterinarian, Dr. Chelsea Crawford, cyanotoxin levels in the lake may change rapidly, and livestock and pet owners should monitor local news media for information. Read the entire statement.
July 12, 2017 -- Latest news and updates from the Utah Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), Division of Water Quality (DWQ) concerning Utah Lake algal blooms. Go to the DWQ update page.