Wisconsin EIA Testing Requirements Change

by Apr 24, 2014News0 comments

It is now acceptable for horses to be imported into Wisconsin with Equine Infectious Anemia test results that have been done 12 months prior to the date of import. Nursing foals accompanying an EIA-negative dam are exempt from the pre-import testing as long as the nursing status is identified on the Certificate of Veterinary Inspection, which also needs to include the EIA test date and results. This change applies to horses changing ownership in Wisconsin and horses attending fairs and exhibitions, as well, and will start to be implemented June 1, 2014. Read more about the change here.

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