Minnesota to require H5N1 testing for show cows

Minnesota’s Board of Animal Health will now require lactating dairy cattle to have a recent negative H5N1 test before going to fairs and exhibitions. The order takes effect Tuesday, June 18th.  The show cattle must have both a negative H5N1 test result and Certificate of Veterinary Inspection.  A veterinarian must oversee or collect samples from […]

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