Our San Clemente Island goats in Utah (Nanny and Spike and baby Walnut) have moved to Missouri.

Regional Information

The selenium levels in the soil in Utah are variable. 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

Goats being imported into Utah must meet the following requirements:

Dairy goats must have a import permit from the Department of Agriculture and Food (phone 801–538–7164) and, an official Certificate of Veterinary Inspection showing a negative tuberculosis test within 60 days, and a negative brucellosis test within 30 days prior to entry or be from a certified brucellosis free herd and accredited tuberculosis free herd.
Thereto; there must be no evidence of Caseous Lymphadenitis (abscesses).
Import permits may be obtained after hours and weekends by calling current telephone numbers listed online at: http://ag.utah.gov/animind/ahealth.html, or at 1–800–545–USDA(8732).

Meat type goats must have a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection indicating they are free from any communicable diseases or exposure and that there is no evidence of caseous lymphadenitis (abscesses).

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