Montana pushes back EVA testing rule
The grace period for Montana’s new horse testing rule has been extended
to Sept. 7.
The Montana Board of Livestock recently approved a new rule to require
all horses coming into Montana be tested for Equine Viral Arteritis
(EVA), a respiratory virus that also causes abortion in mares. The new
testing requirement was supposed to go into effect on Aug. 20.
“That’s just too soon,” says acting State Veterinarian Dr. Jeanne
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