Easing cattle import laws
Published 06/25/2010, The Jamestown Sun
BISMARCK (AP) — North Dakota has eased testing requirements for most cattle entering the state from Minnesota and Montana. The state Board of Animal Health decision means beef cattle from most areas of Minnesota will no longer need to be tested for bovine tuberculosis prior to being brought into North Dakota.Word count: 120
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