Section 5. Equidae
5A. No permit required on equidae. A certificate of veterinary inspection is required.
5B. Equine Infectious Anemia
I. All equidae, except for those in A and B below, entering the State of Wyoming must be tested negative for EIA using a USDA approved, official test within 12 months prior to entry. Date, laboratory and results of such testing must be shown on the certificate of veterinary inspection. Individual identification and/or description of the animal(s) must also be provided. No test required for:
A. Foals, nursing and accompanied in shipment by official test negative dam. If dam does not accompany foal in shipment, foal must be tested negative prior to entry.
B. Commuter ranch horses.
C. Equidae consigned directly to slaughter.
NOTE: There are no equine slaughter facilities in Wyoming at this time.
II. All testing for EIA must be performed at laboratories approved by USDA for such testing. All samples must be collected by accredited veterinarians or full-time state or federal regulatory personnel.
5C. No equidae may be imported into Wyoming from an area under quarantine for an equine
disease except under special permit from the office of the Wyoming State Veterinarian.
Reviewed by AAHS in October 2001.
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