Indiana State Board Targets Tractability Program

by | Apr 22, 2014 | News | 0 comments

On April 10 at the Indiana Board of Animal Health’s quarterly meeting, one of the many topics covered was a proposed identification program. The proposed change in the current identification system was approved due to its better alignment with the US Department of Agriculture’s Animal Disease Traceability program. Identification requirements for livestock entering Indiana will vary by species, and if approved at the July 10th meeting, the new program will start to be implemented in 2015. To read more of the proposed Indiana identification program, read here.

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