Check With the Receiving State
Various states are modifying their entry requirements for New Mexico cattle in response to our recent status change. As we are notified by any given state of requirements specific to us, we are updating the list below. Of course you should always check with your state of destination before shipping to be be sure you have the latest and best information. We have compiled contact information on all 50 states to assist you in that.
Some States with New Mexico-Specific Rules
Again, always check with the receiving state for the latest information, but here are some states that have contacted us with revised entry requirements. Click the state name and those requirements will appear in the space below.
|North Dakota||(701) 328-2655||Website|
|South Dakota||(605) 773-3321||Website|
Oklahoma - (405) 522-6141
- All cattle require a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (CVI) approved prior to entry by the Oklahoma state veterinarian, and an entry permit number.
- Slaughter cattle or bison may move directly to slaughter.
- Sexually intact heifers may move to an approved feedlot without identification.
- Steers or spayed heifers must comply with one of the following rules to enter Oklahoma:
- They are individually identified with an official ear tag, are accompanied by the original CVI, are placed at a single location for grazing, and when removed from that location the cattle must move directly to an approved feedlot or directly to slaughter. The CVI must remain with the cattle.
- They enter on a NAIS premises identification number for the premises of origin and premises of destination with an approved group lot number, and are placed at a single location for grazing. The animals must remain as an intact group lot and not commingle with other cattle or bison. The original CVI must remain with the cattle at all times. When removed from pasture, the animals must move directly to an approved feedlot or directly to slaughter.
- They have official individual ID, CVI and a negative TB test within 60 days prior to
- movement into Oklahoma.
- Cattle from an accredited herd may enter Oklahoma with CVI that includes whole herd TB test within 1 year prior to entry.
- Sexually intact cattle, 6 months and older, not from an accredited herd require official individual ID and a negative TB test within 60 days prior to movement.