Four States Usher in Equine Passports

State livestock health officials in Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Mississippi have forged a reciprocal livestock health agreement, making it easier for equine enthusiasts to travel between and within these states with their horses. On Jan. 1, the group ushered in an "Equine Passport" that is valid for six months and can be used in lieu of the certificate of veterinary inspection (health

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