N.J. agriculture agency takes steps to control horse diseases

10/22/2010 | Asbury Park Press (Neptune-Asbury Park, N.J.)

The Department of Agriculture in New Jersey say they are cracking down on horses being brought into the state without required medical care. State regulations require horses entering the state to present a veterinarian-endorsed interstate health certificate as well as a negative Coggins test, in a bid to prevent the spread of equine diseases. "Any attempt to circumvent the proper health tests for horse importation puts every equine in our state in jeopardy," the state's veterinarian said.

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Asbury Park Press (Neptune-Asbury Park, N.J.)

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