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  • National Veterinary Accreditation Program (NVAP)

    NVAP is a USDA program where licensed veterinarians can choose to take additional training to become an NVAP accredited veterinarian. NVAP accredited veterinarians are authorized to certify the health status of livestock and other animals. Learn how to become an accredited veterinarian.

  • Coconut Rhinoceros Beetle

    A New Invasive Pest in Hawaii. Learn the damage it causes and how to identify the CRB.

  • European grapevine moth: Learn more about this pest.

    (Photo by:  Todd Gilligan, CSU, Bugwood.org)
    The European grapevine moth is  a significant threat because it can feed on the flower or fruit of host plants, most often grapes. It was first detected in the U.S. in California in 2009, but the State and USDA are close to eradicating this potentially destructive pest.  Please don't move non-inspected fruit. 

  • Emergency Support Function 11 (ESF #11)

    Learn how Emergency Support Function 11 (ESF #11)  provides coordinated Federal assistance to State, Tribal, and local governments when a major emergency or disaster overwhelms their ability to respond to certain public needs.

  • Herbicide-Resistant Corn and Soybeans

    USDA Seeks Public Review and Comment on Draft Environmental Impact Statement for Herbicide-Resistant Corn and Soybeans 

  • Retail Pet Store Rule

    Improving the welfare of animals is at the core of everything we do in our Animal Care program. This particular revision fulfills a commitment APHIS first made in response to an Office of Inspector General (OIG) audit recommendation. Learn More.