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USDA extends export certificates beyond 30 days

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Washington - The U.S. Department of Agriculture is amending regulations and standards pertaining to animal exports.

Washington - The U.S. Department of Agriculture is amending regulations and standards pertaining to animal exports.

The changes will enable accredited veterinarians to allow origin health certificates for animals intended for export from the U.S. to be valid for more than 30 days in some cases, depending on the testing requirements of the destination country.

This change will align U.S. requirements for export origin health certificates with the testing requirements of importing countries. It will also eliminate the need for exporters to obtain another certificate when animals arrive at the port of embarkation after more than 30 days have lapsed.

This final rule becomes effective April 1.

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