Mexico and the United States review progress in bovine tuberculosis in eight entities

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Published Jan 10, 2024

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Mexico and the United States conducted joint visits to livestock regions to assess the zoosanitary work of producers and progress in controlling and eradicating bovine tuberculosis. Certification by the APHIS-USDA is important for Mexican producers to export cattle to the United States, and the process involves verifying compliance with regulations and protocols throughout the meat chain. This certification contributes to progress in eradicating bovine tuberculosis in Mexico and incentivizes producers to market their livestock in the highly competitive US market.
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2000Agro/Editorial With the objective of ratifying the status of low prevalence of bovine tuberculosis of the livestock regions of Mexico certified to export calves and live heifers to the United States, during 2023 the health agencies of Both countries made joint visits to production units and points strategic aspects of the commercial chain, where they verified the zoosanitary work of livestock producers. The officers of the National Agri-Food Health, Safety and Quality services (Senasica) and the Health Inspection of Plants and Animals of the Department of Agriculture of the United States (APHIS-USDA) went to livestock areas of eight entities in the country with the purpose of assessing progress in control and eradication of the disease to thereby maintain and improve, in the short and medium terms, the zoosanitary status. To verify compliance with regulations, during the first half of the year Zoosanitary Campaigns staff of the General Directorate of Animal Health of the ...
Source: MX2000
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