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Official Individual ID required on all sexually intact cattle and all cattle used for exhibition purposes. Acceptable forms of Official ID include:

  • USDA Silver tags
  • Official Brucellosis (Bangs) vaccination tags
  • USDA Approved Radio Frequency Identification Tags

Veterinarians who issue Certificate of Veterinary Inspections (CVI) are asked to make one of the following statements on the CVI they sign for breeding age animals entering North Dakota:

Breeding Age Females:

  1. "Virgin Heifers", OR
  2. "Cows and/or heifers are confirmed pregnant", OR
  3. "Not confirmed pregnant and must be held in a dry lot for feeding and direct to slaughter only."

Bulls (any age):

  1. "The bull(s) represented on this CVI have three consecutive negative Trichomonas foetus culture tests which were at least a week apart." OR
  2. “The bull(s) represented on this CVI have one or more negative PCR tests within 60 days prior to entry and there has been no female contact since the first qualifying test." OR
  3. "Virgin bulls aged 24 months of age or less and bull(s) have had no potential breeding contact with females." (Statement must be signed by owner or herd manager)

Please call 701-328-2655 for any questions.

 

TRICHOMONIASIS-STATEMENTS TO BE INCLUDED ON CERTIFICATE OF VETERINARY INSPECTION