Texas to begin animal disease traceability Jan. 1
July 11, 2012 An official with the Texas Animal Health Commission displays the brite tag being distributed to cattlemen for the mandatory animal disease traceability program effective Jan. 1, 2013. 4899 views 1 comment SAN MARCOS -- What do the 2011 Texas drought and cattle relocated to other states have to do with a state animal disease traceability program? Plenty, according to Dr. Dee Ellis, state veterinarian with the Texas Animal Health Commission, during the Independent Cattlemen’s Association of Texas (ICA) convention June 20-22, as he explained the identification program that will take effect Jan. 1, 2013. . . . The full article is available to Wilson County News subscribers only (if you receive the paper in the mail or if you have purchased an E-subscription). Subscribe today or purchase this issue (July 11, 2012) for $3.00. (If you are already a subscriber, simply login using the boxes to the left.) VIDEO
Your Opinions and Comments
Share your comment or opinion on this story!
You must be logged in to post comments:
Other Agriculture Today
Farm Bureau county convention Oct. 16
(October 1, 2014) Going hog wild with ranch rodeo
(October 1, 2014) Hay & Forage Report
(October 1, 2014) Is Clean Water Act protecting water or taking land?
(October 1, 2014) Livestock Market Reports
(October 1, 2014) Nation’s ag commissioners unite to dry up...
(October 1, 2014) October 2014 Gardening Calendar
(October 1, 2014) Stocks make a great addition to winter annuals
(October 1, 2014) TDA Market Report
(October 1, 2014) Texas Beef Checkoff assessment begins Oct. 1
(October 1, 2014)