USDA Extends Some Animal-Origin Health Certificates

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has amended regulations pertaining to animal exports. In a rule that became effective April 1, accredited veterinarians can allow origin health certificates for animals intended for export from the United States to be valid for more than 30 days in some cases, depending on the testing requirements of the country of

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