New Hampshire

Breeders

Dave Adams
The Inn at East Hill Farm
460 Monadock Street
Troy, NH 03465-2234
603–242–6495
info@east-hill-farm.com





Regional Information

There is low selenium in the soil in New Hampshire. Goats should receive selenium supplements in mineral salt or by injection.
Goats travelling to fairs and shows within New Hampshire must be vaccinated against rabies.


Dairy Information

Milk samples may be sent to:

Dairy One
730 Warren Road
Ithaca, NY 14850
800–344–2697

Fees (updated February 2007): $5.85 per sample to test fat, protein, and somatic cell count.
Best to call before you send the sample.


State Regulations

Goats entering New Hampshire need:

1) A certificate of veterinary inspection;
2) A legible tattoo, permanent metal ear tag or microchip, providing a reader is available, as identification.

All goats from states or Canadian provinces not brucellosis classified-free and tuberculosis accredited-free shall:
1) Have been tested negative for tuberculosis within 60 days of entry.

No goats known to be infected with scrapie, and no progeny of goats known to be infected with scrapie, shall be transported or moved into New Hampshire.

All goats under 6 months of age from states or Canadian provinces classified-free and tuberculosis accredited-free shall be identified with a legible tattoo, metal ear tag or microchip, providing a reader is available, and may enter New Hampshire with a certificate of veterinary inspection.
All goats under 6 months of age from states or Canadian provinces not brucellosis classified-free and tuberculosis accredited-free shall be from progeny of a brucellosis and tuberculosis tested dam, identified with a legible tattoo, metal ear tag or microchip, providing a reader is available, and may enter New Hampshire with a certificate of veterinary inspection.


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