Animal Health Division
The Animal Health Division 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.
Animal Health Division 2015 Annual Report - Fiscal Year 2015 (July 1, 2014 - June 30, 2015)
Animal Health Division 2013 Annual Report - Addendum (January 1, 2014 - June 30, 2014)
Animal Health Division 2013 Annual Report - Calendar Year 2013
Animal Health Division 2012 Annual Report - Calendar Year 2012
|Montana Import Requirements
Species specific requirements for importation of Animals into Montana
Montana Department of Livestock quarterly StockQuotes newsletter
List of required reportable diseases, including phone numbers for reporting.
|Designated Surveillance Area
Montana brucellosis program and the Designated Surveillance Area
Information about Montana's biosecurity measures for preventing transmission of foreign and other animal diseases.
Summary of state and federal traceability requirements
|State Veterinarian Roster
List of state veterinarian office contact information.
|Veterinarian Accreditation Info
Policy and procedures