USDA Relieves Oklahoma Horse Import Restrictions

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The USDA has added Oklahoma to the list of states approved to receive certain mares and stallions imported into the United States from regions affected with contagious equine metritis, a serious venereal disease of horses.

"Oklahoma has agreed to comply with our regulations to further ensure the horses' freedom from CEM," said Joan M.

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