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The animal tags are similar to the USDA Brucellosis “Bangs” metal tags, but are silver in color.
Wilson County News
December 12, 2012
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New state animal ID program begins Jan. 1
Cattlemen across the state are preparing for the state animal traceability identification program that begins Tuesday, Jan. 1. Readers of the Wilson County News have been updated as data has been received from the Texas Animal Health Commission. While attending local and state cattle meetings, the cattlemen have aired their main concerns: What is their responsibility and what are the requirements involved for the selling of animals through the local auction barns? . . .
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