AUSTIN -- The Texas Animal Health Commission has announced that effective Monday, Aug. 1, government-subsidized brucellosis testing at all Texas livestock markets will be discontinued, due to a lack of funding available to pay for future testing. The commission will no longer enforce the requirement that all test eligible (adult) cattle be brucellosis tested for a change of ownership within Texas. . . .
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