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Published April 16, 2010, 01:36 PM

Board upholds requirement for livestock testing

The North Dakota State Board of Animal Health unanimously denied a request to allow Canadian cattle enter North Dakota without testing for testing for tuberculosis and brucellosis and proof of brucellosis vaccinations.

The North Dakota State Board of Animal Health unanimously denied a request to allow Canadian cattle enter North Dakota without testing for testing for tuberculosis and brucellosis and proof of brucellosis vaccinations.

The request was made by Korbyn Kost of Carrington. Kost had planned to bring Canadian cattle to his feedlot near Carrington.

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