A CVI varies from State to State. You need to find the laws for the State you are moving to, and follow those.
For us, Kansas is a TB free State, therefore Kentucky says all I need to have is a signed certificate that says a visual inspection was made and that there are no visible signs of disease.
No blood work, no touching. Just a looky lou.
He's gorgeous! Did you have your looky lou?
You can tell TB by looking?
Sandy, yep. No visual signs of disease.
Linda, not that I am aware of. Testing is only required when there are symptoms. Kansas is a TB free State, no cases have been found within a certain time frame. This means that it is assumed that livestock are clean. Most States allow livestock from certified free States to be brought in without blood tests.
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