Animal Health Bureau

The Animal Health Bureau is responsible for the prevention, control and eradication of animal diseases. This involves safeguarding the health and food production capacity of the State's livestock and poultry and preventing the transmission of animal diseases to man. The prevention and control of domestic animal diseases are achieved through four major areas of activity: Import/Export, Disease Control, Alternative Livestock, and Field Operations. Learn More.

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Montana Import Requirements
Species specific requirements for importation of Animals into Montana
Newsletter
Montana Department of Livestock quarterly StockQuotes newsletter
Reportable Diseases
List of required reportable diseases, including phone numbers for reporting
Designated Surveillance Area
Montana brucellosis program and the Designated Surveillance Area
Annual Reports  (NEW for 2019)
Annual reports created by each Division
 
Traceability
Summary of state and federal traceability requirements
Veterinarian Accreditation Info
Policy and procedures
 
Contact information for the Animal Health Bureau

Animal Health Bureau

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Contact Information

Department of Livestock
Animal Health Bureau
PO Box 202001
Helena, MT 59620-2001
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