USDA Lifts Requirements For Horses From Australia And New Zealand

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The U.S. Department of Agriculture has exempted horses imported from Australia and New Zealand from testing for dourine and glanders, two potentially fatal equine diseases not known to exist in the United States, during the quarantine period.

"This action makes the importation of horses from Australia and New Zealand less expensive

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