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Rocky Mountain Ag Briefs 6-27-11

The EHV-1 disease that affected some horses in Colorado is considered to be contained. A number of quarantine and hold orders associated with the disease have been released. There have been no confirmed cases since May 20, 2011. Horse owners are reminded to check state travel requirements for each state when traveling. Also, there are new requirements for horses entering Colorado. Horses entering the state are required to have a permit from the Colorado Department of Agriculture’s State Veterinarian’s Office. The horse’s veterinarian must contact the office at (303) 239-4161 to obtain the permit.

For more information, go to http://www.Colorado.gov/ag.

The EHV-1 disease that affected some horses in Colorado is considered to be contained. A number of quarantine and hold orders associated with the disease have been released. There have been no confirmed cases since May 20, 2011. Horse owners are reminded to check state travel requirements for each state when traveling. Also, there are new requirements for horses entering Colorado. Horses entering the state are required to have a permit from the Colorado Department of Agriculture’s State Veterinarian’s Office. The horse’s veterinarian must contact the office at (303) 239-4161 to obtain the permit.

For more information, go to http://www.Colorado.gov/ag.

The EHV-1 disease that affected some horses in Colorado is considered to be contained. A number of quarantine and hold orders associated with the disease have been released. There have been no confirmed cases since May 20, 2011. Horse owners are reminded to check state travel requirements for each state when traveling. Also, there are new requirements for horses entering Colorado. Horses entering the state are required to have a permit from the Colorado Department of Agriculture’s State Veterinarian’s Office. The horse’s veterinarian must contact the office at (303) 239-4161 to obtain the permit.

For more information, go to http://www.Colorado.gov/ag.

The EHV-1 disease that affected some horses in Colorado is considered to be contained. A number of quarantine and hold orders associated with the disease have been released. There have been no confirmed cases since May 20, 2011. Horse owners are reminded to check state travel requirements for each state when traveling. Also, there are new requirements for horses entering Colorado. Horses entering the state are required to have a permit from the Colorado Department of Agriculture’s State Veterinarian’s Office. The horse’s veterinarian must contact the office at (303) 239-4161 to obtain the permit.

For more information, go to http://www.Colorado.gov/ag.

The EHV-1 disease that affected some horses in Colorado is considered to be contained. A number of quarantine and hold orders associated with the disease have been released. There have been no confirmed cases since May 20, 2011. Horse owners are reminded to check state travel requirements for each state when traveling. Also, there are new requirements for horses entering Colorado. Horses entering the state are required to have a permit from the Colorado Department of Agriculture’s State Veterinarian’s Office. The horse’s veterinarian must contact the office at (303) 239-4161 to obtain the permit.

For more information, go to http://www.Colorado.gov/ag.


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