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North Dakota places restrictions on some Montana cattle imports

Dec 20, 2007
State officials in North Dakota have announced more testing and entry requirements for Montana cattle after an outbreak of brucellosis in that state. The North Dakota Board of Animal Health issued an order last week, calling it a precaution, after seven cows from a ranch near Bozeman, MT, were diagnosed with brucellosis. North Dakota has been certified as brucellosis-free since 1982. Dr. Susan Keller, the state veterinarian, said the requirements for ...

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