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Federal Register Posts 2018

USDA Issues Record of Decision on Cattle Fever Tick Control Fencing in Texas

USDA Reestablishing Secretary's Advisory Committee on Animal Health

APHIS Invites Public Comment on Measures to Promote the Conservation of the Southwestern Willow Flycatcher

APHIS Publishes Environmental Assessment for Field Testing of a Swine Influenza Vaccine

USDA Finds Oral Rabies Vaccine Poses No Significant Impact On the Human Environment After Field Trails in Selected States

APHIS Recognizes Four Regions as Negligible Risk for Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy

USDA proposes additional Ohio and West Virginia counties for Oral Rabies vaccine trials, supplement for the Environmental Assessment available for comment.

APHIS Issues Final Rule On NPIP Provisions

USDA Recognizes Japan as Free of Two Swine Diseases

USDA APHIS Determines that Tree Tomatoes from Ecuador Can Be Safely

USDA Issues Final Rule Requiring Reporting of Adverse Events Associated with Veterinary Biologics

APHIS Extends Comment Period for Proposed Changes to the Chronic Wasting Disease Herd Certification Program Standards

APHIS Announces Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy Risk Designations Notice for Four Regions

USDA Removes Rinderpest Restrictions after Worldwide Eradication

Federal Register Posts 2018

APHIS Determines the Mexican State of Chihuahua is Free of Fever Ticks Excluding Guadalupe y Calvo and Morelos Municipalities

APHIS Environmental Assessment finds No Significant Impact from the Biological Control of Yellow Toadflax

APHIS Environmental Assessment finds No Significant Impact from the Biological Control of Hoary Cress

USDA Proposes to Recognize Japan as Free of Two Swine Diseases

APHIS Seeks Public Input on Recognizing Third-Party Inspections and Certifications of Animal Welfare Act Facilities

APHIS Adds the Philippines to the List of Regions Affected with Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza

USDA Updates National Poultry Improvement Plan Program Standards

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