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New Mexico granted split-state status for TB

Mar 27, 2009
USDA has granted ?split status? to New Mexico in an effort to stem the spread of bovine tuberculosis (TB). The result is that only Curry and Roosevelt counties in the eastern portion of the state will fall under the more stringent regulations for testing and moving cattle, said Sens.

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