Indiana changing cattle, swine entry permit rules
The Indiana State Board of Animal Health is changing entry requirements for most cattle and swine.
Beginning January 1, 2022, if a digital certificate of veterinary inspection (CVI) is sent to BOAH (bo-uh) prior to entry, the pre-entry permit requirement is waived. The change is possible because more than 90% of cattle and swine are typically moved under digital CVIs submitted by licensed and accredited veterinarians. Waving the pre-entry permit helps save producers and veterinary clinics time and extra steps.
Cattle and swine that are accompanied by traditional paper CVIs must still have a pre-entry permit issued by BOAH.
For more information visit www.in.gov/boah.