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Posted on: September 20, 2012

[ARCHIVED] Another result due to the continuing drought especially in the Mid West.

September 18, Associated Press – (North Dakota) ND stiffens rules for female cattle imports.

North Dakota stiffened cattle import rules because of cases of a bovine venereal disease in other States, the Associated Press reported September 18. The State veterinarian said the board of animal health recently voted to tighten the restrictions for female cattle imports because of concerns about trichomoniasis, which can cause infertility and miscarriages in cattle. She said officials expect more cattle to be brought into North Dakota because of drought in other States.


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