Nebraska

Breeders

John Carroll
6902 S. 240th St.
Gretna, NE 68028
402–714–7516 cell
402–332–4148 home
402–330–7000 work
scigoats@aol.com


Regional Information

The selenium levels in the soil in Nebraska are generally adequate, but exceed 50 ppm in a few areas in northern Nebraska. Contact your local extension office to determine the selenium levels in the soil in your area, and also the area where your hay is grown.


State Regulations

All goats over six months old entering Nebraska must obtain a permit from the Department of Agriculture's Bureau of Animal Industry, located in the State Office Building, Fourth Floor, 301 Centennial Mall South, Lincoln, Nebraska. The mailing address is P.O. Box 94787, Lincoln, Nebraska 68509-4787. The telephone number is 402–471–235l. The fax number is 402–471–6893.
Goats also need scrapies tags and a veterinary health certificate issued within 30 days prior to shipment.





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