No more TB testing for cattle entering North Dakota

06/25/2010 | Bloomberg Businessweek

Most beef cattle entering North Dakota from Minnesota and Montana will no longer be required to undergo bovine tuberculosis testing, following a new decision by the state Board of Animal Health. Only cattle from a small area in Minnesota that is federally required to check for the disease will have to continue the tests.

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