Michigan

Breeders

Brett Maccani
BCR
5550 Buffalo Road
Buchanan, MI 49107
269–591–0051
borisbmac@yahoo.com

State Regulations

Goats entering Michigan need the following:

An official interstate health certificate or official certificate of veterinary inspection shall accompany all goats imported into Michigan, except goats consigned directly to slaughter.

All goats imported into Michigan must be officially individually identified by an ear tag, tattoo, or registration number (breed registry). The individual identification must be recorded on the health certificate.

All goats over six months of age, except wethers, must have received an official negative test for brucellosis within 30 days prior to importation, or originate directly from a brucellosis certified-free goat herd. All goats must meet one of the following:
Originate directly from an accredited bovine TB-free state or zone.
Originate directly from an accredited bovine TB-free herd.
Originate from a herd that has had a negative whole herd test within the preceding 12 months and individual goat(s) have a negative TB test within 60 days before entry.
This information was taken from http://www.michigan.gov/mdard/0,4610,7-125-48096_48099-14225--,00.html



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