USDA Relieves Oklahoma Horse Import Restrictions

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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