Sanitary Requirements for Export of Cattle or Bison for Immediate Slaughter from Canada to the United States of America
HA 2183 (Amended 2017-09-28)
- The animals were born in the United States or Canada or were legally imported into Canada from a region recognized by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) as a region not restricted due to BSE, and have been under no movement restrictions within Canada or the United States for at least 60 days prior to importation into the United States.
- I have inspected the animals and found them to be free from any evidence of communicable disease and that, as far as can be determined, they have not been exposed to any such disease during the preceding 60 days.
- Canada is free of foot-and-mouth disease, rinderpest, surra, and contagious bovine pleuropneumonia.
- The animals were born on or after March 1, 1999 which is the date determined by APHIS to be the effective enforcement of a ruminant-to-ruminant feed ban.
- The animals are not in quarantine in Canada.
- The animals have been individually identified with an official Canadian ear-tag, applied prior to each animal's entry into the United States.
- Based upon information provided by the exporter, the animals will be transported by truck from the point of entry in the U.S., along the following route:
Note - the current or the previous version of this certificate will be accepted at the United States border until November 13th, 2017
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