USDA Amends Tuberculosis Regulations To Include More Livestock

The USDA's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service is amending its tuberculosis regulations.

The amended regulations will require two annual herd tests for all livestock in newly assembled herds on land where a tuberculous herd has been depopulated. Existing regulations already cover cattle and bison.

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