USDA Ends Seven-Day Quarantine For Horses From Mexico

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The USDA is removing the requirement that horses from Mexico be quarantined for seven days in vector-proof quarantine facilities before being imported into the United States.

Horses imported from Mexico will still need to be quarantined until it can be determined that they are free of exotic pests and diseases. This quarantine period

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