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  1. ADT-Animal Disease Traceability Dr. Michelle Arnold, DVM DABVP (Food Animal) Ruminant Extension Veterinarian University of Kentucky Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory

  2. Traceability for Livestock Moving Interstate Final rule published January 9, 2013 Effective date March 11, 2013

  3. General Requirements Livestock moved interstate must, unless otherwise exempt: Be officially identifiedHave ICVI or other documentation Example

  4. When do you NOT need Documentation (a health certificate or ICVI) to travel across state lines? • From the farm directly to a custom slaughter facility • To the vet for treatment in another state then back to the farm

  5. “Direct” Movement We are defining directly as ‘‘moved in a means of conveyance, without stopping to unload while en route, except for stops of less than 24 hours to feed, water, or rest the animals being moved, and with no commingling of animals at such stops.’’

  6. When do you NOT need Documentation (a health certificate or ICVI) to travel across state lines? • 3. A “commuter herd” with a commuter herd agreement (you own herds in 2 states-can move them) • 4. Travel through a state then back to original state without ICVI

  7. Travel within Kentucky; no health certificate needed if: • 1. Direct farm to farm sale within Kentucky • 3. If you take any bovine to an auction or sale yard(state approved) for a regular sale in KY from a farm in Kentucky-no worries. The accredited veterinarians there will do the work (tag all sold by the head and tag all dairy calves). Those going to slaughter will get backtags only.

  8. When do you ALWAYS NEED Official ID and ICVI? • All cattle going to any show, rodeo, recreational event, exhibition, or special sale (such as an Elite Heifer Sale in KY) either within KY or out of state must have; • official identification • ICVI (Interstate Certificate of Veterinary Inspection) • All cattle must be listed individually

  9. Interstate Destinations that require travel documents • If you are taking your cattle from KY and crossing the state line to: -An Approved livestock facility -A recognized slaughter establishment -A Farm -A Feeding Facility -An approved tagging site YOU WILL NEED DOCUMENTATION

  10. Official Identification • If you need documentation to travel, then you must • Use the correct form of official identification on your cattle • Individual ID must be written on the documentation or the load described

  11. Cattle & Bison Official identification required for: • All sexually intact cattle and bison 18 months of age or over; • All female dairy cattle of any age and all dairy males born after March 11, 2013; • Cattle and bison of any age used for rodeo, recreational events, shows and exhibitions

  12. Revision to Proposed Rule • Removed the phase-in of the official identification requirements of beef cattle under 18 months of age • Establish through separate rule making

  13. What is Official Identification? • 1. An official USDA Eartag • 2. An alternate form of Individual Identification such as brands, tattoos, and breed registry certificates (Agreed upon) • 3. Group/Lot Identification Number

  14. Official Eartags • Imprinted with • Official eartag shield • Official ID number • National Uniform Eartagging System (NUES) • Animal Identification Number (AIN) • Location-based numbering system • Flock-based numbering system

  15. Official Eartag-Must Bear an official eartag shield • Official Eartag Shield • “US” or State postal abbreviation imprinted inside US route shield • Imprint on all tags produced after March 11, 2013 • Use on all animal tagged after March 11, 2015 US Route Shield Official Eartag Shield US • Note: USDA will default to imprinting “US” in the shield for all tags they administer.

  16. Brucellosis Tag-Vets only BriteTag- Available to producers States may use their postal abbreviation within the US Shield

  17. AIN Tags or “840 RFID Tags” AIN = Animal Identification Number [Manufacturer coded tags will be phased out over next 2 years]

  18. Who can get official tags? • Veterinarians • Markets • Producers as long as do not give to the neighbors. Must be accountable and notify state vet’s office.

  19. Execptions to ID • If you take a load of cattle directly to a recognized slaughter establishment or • If you take a load to an approved livestock facility (backtags put on) then they go to a slaughter establishment: • Need travel documentation (either ICVI or owner shipper statement) but it will state “these cattle are exempt from official ID because they are going to slaughter”

  20. The ICVI A standardized, official document issued by a Federal, State, Tribal, or accredited veterinarian at the location from which the animals are shipped. The person directly responsible for animals leaving a premise is responsible for securing the ICVI or other interstate movement document and making sure it accompanies the cattle.

  21. ICVI The veterinarian writing the ICVI must always check with the State of destination for their specific regulations on entry.

  22. Cattle & Bison Movement documentation: Official ID numbers recorded unless: • Moved directly to slaughter within 3 days • Steers or spayed heifers • Sexually intact beef cattle under 18 months Note: All sexually intact dairy cattle and all cattle/bison used for rodeo, exhibition or recreational purposes must have ID’s recorded on movement documents.

  23. REVISED Cattle & Bison Movement documentation: • ICVI required, unless: Owner-shipper Statement is allowed • Moved directly to slaughter or directly to an approved livestock facility then directly to slaughter • .

  24. Owner-shipper Statement An official form signed by the owner or shipper of the livestock being moved stating: • Location from which the animals are moved interstate; • Destination of the animals; • Number of animals; • Species; • Name and address of the owner at the time of the movement; • Name and address of the shipper; • Official identification of each animal • Unless the regulations specifically provide that the identification does not have to be recorded. In this case, the exemption must be explained (Example: Animals going to slaughter)

  25. Owner-Shipper Statements • Tricky! New legislation-talk to State Vet’s Office to get forms and more information • Can only be used when transporting cattle to a recognized slaughter plant or • To an approved livestock facility: • If they are not intended to be immediately sold for slaughter, they should be officially identified before leaving the farm and listed on the owner-shipper statement

  26. Approved Tagging Sites Definition: • A premises, authorized by APHIS, State, or Tribal animal health officials, where livestock may be officially identified on behalf of their owner or the person in possession, care, or control of the animals when they are brought to the premises.

  27. Approved Tagging Sites Official ID Exemption for Cattle: -The cattle and bison are moved interstate directly to an approved tagging site and are officially identified -This must occur before commingling with cattle and bison from other premises or identified by the use of backtags or other methods that will ensure that the identity of the animal is accurately maintained until tagging so that the official eartag can be correlated to the person responsible for shipping the animal to the approved tagging site.

  28. Approved Tagging Sites • Must say on ICVI that cattle are going to a tagging site for official ID • Approval administered locally • Approved livestock facilities are not required to be tagging sites • If they elect not to be an approved tagging sites, they cannot accept cattle that are not officially ID’d (when official ID is required)

  29. ADT’s Flexibility: • If an alternate form of identification such as a tattoo or brand has been agreed upon by the sending and receiving states, then the ICVI must include a record of that identification. • If an alternate form of documentation is agreed upon by sending and receiving states such as a brand certificate or owner-shipper statement, this is acceptable in lieu of an ICVI

  30. All Animals Moving Within KY • All KY animals offered for sale (Example: Elite Heifer Sale) or show must be accompanied by a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (CVI) issued within 30 days of sale. • Private treaty (moving directly from farm-to-farm) transactions are exempt from the CVI requirement

  31. All Animals Moving Within KY • The CVI must include official identification for each animal. • “Official ID” for cattle include: • Metal tag (“Brite Tag” or “Brucellosis Tag”) • 840 RFID Tag • Breed registration tattoo/brand if accompanied by the registration papers.

  32. Reconsignment Form • The original CVI gets the animal to the sale only. The veterinarian at the sale must issue a “reconsignment form” from the sale to the buyer’s destination • The veterinarian writing the reconsignment form must comply with the requirements of the destination state

  33. Why is this Needed? • Disease Investigations- Must know history of location and prior contacts • More information-fewer herds tested • Less information-More testing, more time for exposure, lost market share.

  34. Work with your Veterinarian • Federally accredited veterinarians will feel most of the impact of this new rule • Failure to comply with the new regulations may result in federal penalties • Allow enough time to complete all testing and paperwork before the animals move Questions??

  35. Who Needs Official ID?

  36. USDA Official Eartags