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The NIRA National Office has received additional updates on animal transportation for the 2015 College National Finals Rodeo and all contestants and personnel entering the State of Wyoming with animals.
The following statement is from the Wyoming Livestock Board:
Any livestock (equine, bovine, porcine, caprine, ovine, or cervidae) entering Wyoming from a county where vesicular stomatitis has been diagnosed within the last fourteen (14) days or a county that contains a premises quarantined for vesicular stomatitis shall be accompanied by a certificate of veterinary inspection dated within fourteen 14) days of entry containing the following statement: "All animals identified on this certificate of veterinary inspection have been inspected and found to be free from clinical signs of vesicular stomatitis."
1. If you live in Grant or Otero County in New Mexico, you MUST have a health certificate for your horse(s) and/or goat(s) within 14 days of arrival in Wyoming.
2. If you live in Maricopa or Yavapai County in Arizona, you MUST have a health certificate for your horse(s) and/or goat(s) within 14 days of arrival in Wyoming.
3. All dogs entering the State of Wyoming must have health certificates within 30 days and current rabies vaccination certificate from their veterinarian.
4. All goats entering the State of Wyoming must have a health certificate and Scrapie ID Tags. Additionally, your veterinarian MUST contact the Wyoming State Livestock Board, (307) 777-7515, to get an Import Permit Number for the goat(s) entering the state.
5. All horses (not in the four counties noted above) entering the State of Wyoming must have health certificates dated within 30 days, and Coggins papers dated within 12 months.
Exhibition Cattle Requirements: (This includes bulls, steers and calves). All Cattle are required to have a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection an Import Permit Number and Official Individual ID listed on the health certificate. They are required to have a negative Tuberculosis test within the last 12 months. Also, cattle coming from New Mexico and Arizona are subject to the VS requirements listed above.
Mexican Origin Cattle: All Cattle are required to have a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection an Import Permit Number and Official Individual ID listed on the health certificate. They are required to have two negative Tuberculosis tests and M Branded right hip.
Also, the counties that are listed above are subject to change. Please visit the Wyoming Livestock Board “Rules and Regulations” page (Chapter 8): http://wlsb.state.wy.us/rules.htm for the most current updates.
Should you have questions concerning these requirements please contact the Wyoming Livestock Board at (307) 777-7515
NEED A TUTOR??? Students can either visit http://www.msusmartycats.com and click on the "I WANT a Tutor" button, or stop by their office to fill out a request in person. When school starts, they'll be starting a new function of the tutoring database, where students can sign in and see the schedules of their tutors and sign up for a specific time to meet. Once you do that, you'll just have to email/call the tutor and set up a place to meet and you'll be good to go. They'll also have drop-in tutoring for several "hard to pass" classes, before their exams which will be available either online or in person. All tutoring sessions are now FREE, so don't hesitate to get one!
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Will Trim Horses: Call Weston Brown at (406) 945-0748. Team Discount!!!
For sale: 1984 Circle J custom 2 horse trailer (bumper pull), asking $1900.00. Super all around trailer, standard features (66" body width, 78" stall length, 43" manger, 80" stall height. Excellent condition, one owner. For information please call (406) 686 4412
2015-2016 Room and Board Opportunity: 2 bedroom apartment on the corner of Springhill and Baseline Road. There is room for four horses and there are three pastures with 4 inside stalls. If interested contact Andre at at (417) 598-2255
7 spots available for horse boarding at the pavilion for more information email Julie Hagar at email@example.com.
$100/horse/month + hay. Pens available can feed when unable to, for more information contact Deb at 406-579-0976.
$175/month. Full care provided. Pipe runs with horse shelters and automatic waterers. Fed high quality grass hay twice per day. We can also grain horses if needed if you leave grain and give instructions. 150 X 300 outdoor pipe arena to ride in and round pen also available. Room to park and leave your horse trailer. It is about 15-20 minutes from rodeo practice at the Circle L. Month to month contract so if you only need it during rodeo season it would be fine. Please call Tracey Bolich if interested. 579-5322.
HORSE PASTURE: 2 Acre parcel in Belgrade, off of Jackrabbit Lane. Contact Christine Holland @ 406-579-4264
HORSE PENS--Clark Mueller has room for 6 horses for fall, VERY reasonable on price! Water in them, and only about a mile from the practice facility.406-388-4807
HORSE PENS --3 acres on Pear Street, located adjacent to the interstate for lease. $150 per month for 2 horses. Please contact Joel Peterson 406-587-5641
HORSE PENS & PASTURE -- Located 3 miles from Circle L. Room for 6 horses paddock or pasture, fed twice a day grass/alfalfa hay. Round pen and outdoor arena available.
Contact: Mark & Laurie Salo 388-7161 or 570-3560
HUMAN AND HORSE CHIROPRACTOR--Don Funke is available to work with competitors or your horses. Please contact him at either 406-585-0388 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
B. Wood Photography
Jackie Jensen Photography
Kandi Schuman Photography
Brand Inspector: Don Kieckbusch 406-570-4899
Dr. Moreaux- Alpine Equine 406-282-9212
Drs. Gary & Jacy Cook- All West Veterinary 406-586-4919
Rodeo Office and Coaching Staff Contact Info:
Office: 406- 994-2403
Cathy - 406-580-0975 (email@example.com)
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