Oklahoma cattle producers express concern over emergency rule

09/23/2010 | Oklahoman (Oklahoma City), The

The Oklahoma Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners recently passed an emergency rule requiring companies that provide reproductive services for animals in the state to have a veterinarian on staff. The Oklahoma Cattlemen's Association expressed a concern that the rule could put the cattle industry in a "real tailspin." An official with the state's board, however, maintained that the rule was necessary because prescription drugs are required in the procedure.

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