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    • Tuberculosis Surveillance Protocol for Slaughter Examination of White-tailed Deer and Elk Animals which may be included in the examination include any captive cervids within the herd which are 12 months of age or older

    • Operational Standards for Registered Privately Owned Cervidae Facilities All registered privately owned cervidae facilities must have perimeter fencing constructed of continuous woven wire for the entire vertical height, and be maintained in a condition to prevent ingress or egress of any cervidae species






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