South Dakota issues restriction for livestock imports

06/4/2010 | Rapid City Journal (S.D.), The

South Dakota's state veterinarian has announced that all livestock entering the state should have health certificates stating that the animals have no known exposure to a virus called vesicular stomatitis and have not come from quarantined areas. The rule, which took effect this week, comes after a horse in Arizona was confirmed to be infected with the virus, which triggers lesions in such areas as the mouth, hooves and teats of infected animals.

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