Split-state status still wrong for Montana cattle industry

Jul 3, 2008
Split-state status still wrong for Montana cattle industry In light of Montana’s recent loss of brucellosis Class Free status, the Montana Stockgrowers Association (MSGA) would like to reiterate its opposition to split-state status as a means for managing brucellosis in Montana. Members adopted policy opposing regionalization for brucellosis in December 2007 at the MSGA Annual Convention after the first brucellosis case was discovered in a herd near Bridger. Ranchers have worked hard to ...

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