Interstate Travel and Movement Compliance

Navigating the current rules and regulations around animal movement in the U.S.

Interstate Travel and Movement Compliance for Cattle

Free CE webinar (1 hour)
Wednesday, March 24, 2021
12:00 p.m. (CDT)

In this webinar, Dr. Amanda Price discusses how to navigate the current rules and regulations around cattle movement, including: 

  • Identification, testing, and documentation requirements.
  • Potential travel requirements and how they vary by state.
  • How to ensure clients have what they need for compliant domestic travel.

Presenter

Presenter: Amanda Price, DVM MS, joined the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food as a Field Veterinarian in August 2019 and became the Assistant State Veterinarian in December 2019. She is also a member of the AVMA Veterinary Economic Strategy Committee, the United States Animal Health Association, and the Western States Livestock Health Association.

This program has been approved for one hour of continuing education credit in jurisdictions that recognize RACE approval.

Interstate Travel and Movement Compliance for All Species

In a previous webinar with Dr. Nelva Bryant entitled International Pet Movement 101, we discussed the various requirements and preparations needed for international travel with pets.

This webinar (recorded 11/4/20) focuses on traveling in the US with all types of animals and the various requirements for each species. Join us as industry leading veterinarians discuss navigating the current rules and regulations around animal movement.

Join this webinar to learn about:

  • Necessary preparations for animal movement within the US
  • Potential travel requirements and how they very by state and animal species
  • How to ensure clients have what they need for compliant domestic travel

See all Q&A from the live webinar addressed here.

This program has been approved for one hour of continuing education credit in jurisdictions that recognize RACE approval.

To earn CE credit, you must complete a post-course test, available here. CE certificates will be sent to everyone who qualifies within two weeks.

Presenters

Dr. Brenda Flaming

Small Animal

Dr. Rozann Stay

Equine

Dr. Amanda Price

Bovine

Dr. Steven Clark

Poultry

Dr. J. Tyler Holck

Swine

More GVL Webinars

At GVL, we strive to provide education and awareness to the industry on relevant topics – from new regulations affecting animal health to solutions for helping ease interstate movement of animals. We facilitate webinars with thought leaders from the industry, often providing AAVSB RACE continuing education to help veterinarians and their staff meet their needs.

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