"Rodeo Bull Exemption From Trichomoniasis Testing" - Idaho

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C.L. “BUTCH” OTTER
Governor
Celia R. Gould
Director
2270 Old Penitentiary Road
P.O. Box 7249
DIVISION OF ANIMAL INDUSTRIES
Boise, Idaho 83707
Ph: 208-332-8540 Fax: 208-334-4062
RODEO BULL EXEMPTION
FROM TRICHOMONIASIS TESTING
Rodeo bulls shall be exempted from Trichomoniasis testing under the following
conditions:
1.
All rodeo bulls will be held on the same premises, confined to dry lot and
isolated so there can be no contact with female cattle.
2.
All bulls in the rodeo string will be permanently identified with official metal
eartags or unique numbers hot iron branded on the animal.
3.
The identification numbers will be maintained in a permanent record file at the
owner’s premises and a copy of the record will be furnished to the Division of
Animal Industries upon request.
4.
Bulls purchased for addition to the rodeo string will meet all other health
requirements.
5.
Purchased bulls will be immediately identified as specified in number two above.
Official backtag and ear tag numbers on the bull at time of purchase shall be
correlated to brand numbers in the permanent record.
6.
Removal of bulls to slaughter must be documented in the permanent record file.
7.
Bulls that are to be removed from the rodeo string for breeding purposes shall
undergo three negative cultures (at least one week apart) for Trichomoniasis.
This agreement applies to bulls currently in the rodeo string, bulls purchased under the
feedlot exemption at saleyards, bulls purchased by private treaty and bulls purchased in
other states and imported into Idaho.
I, _____________________________, agree to abide by the conditions set forth in this
document in order to exempt my rodeo bulls from testing under IDAPA 02.04.29 “Rules
Governing Trichomoniasis.” This agreement shall expire on April 1 of each year unless the
owner/manager makes application for renewal.
Signature ___________________________________
Date ____________
Lot Name_____________________________
Phone Number____________
Address _______________________________________________________
Approved by___________________________ Date____________
Lot # __________
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C.L. “BUTCH” OTTER
Governor
Celia R. Gould
Director
2270 Old Penitentiary Road
P.O. Box 7249
DIVISION OF ANIMAL INDUSTRIES
Boise, Idaho 83707
Ph: 208-332-8540 Fax: 208-334-4062
RODEO BULL EXEMPTION
FROM TRICHOMONIASIS TESTING
Rodeo bulls shall be exempted from Trichomoniasis testing under the following
conditions:
1.
All rodeo bulls will be held on the same premises, confined to dry lot and
isolated so there can be no contact with female cattle.
2.
All bulls in the rodeo string will be permanently identified with official metal
eartags or unique numbers hot iron branded on the animal.
3.
The identification numbers will be maintained in a permanent record file at the
owner’s premises and a copy of the record will be furnished to the Division of
Animal Industries upon request.
4.
Bulls purchased for addition to the rodeo string will meet all other health
requirements.
5.
Purchased bulls will be immediately identified as specified in number two above.
Official backtag and ear tag numbers on the bull at time of purchase shall be
correlated to brand numbers in the permanent record.
6.
Removal of bulls to slaughter must be documented in the permanent record file.
7.
Bulls that are to be removed from the rodeo string for breeding purposes shall
undergo three negative cultures (at least one week apart) for Trichomoniasis.
This agreement applies to bulls currently in the rodeo string, bulls purchased under the
feedlot exemption at saleyards, bulls purchased by private treaty and bulls purchased in
other states and imported into Idaho.
I, _____________________________, agree to abide by the conditions set forth in this
document in order to exempt my rodeo bulls from testing under IDAPA 02.04.29 “Rules
Governing Trichomoniasis.” This agreement shall expire on April 1 of each year unless the
owner/manager makes application for renewal.
Signature ___________________________________
Date ____________
Lot Name_____________________________
Phone Number____________
Address _______________________________________________________
Approved by___________________________ Date____________
Lot # __________
Print