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National Animal Identification System (PDF 74P)

  

National Animal Identification System (PDF 74P)

National Animal Identification System (PDF 74P)

The purpose of this comprehensive document is to provide the public with basic information about the National Animal Identification System (NAIS)-a voluntary national program that will help producers protect the health of their animals and their investment in the case of an animal disease event.

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s74 Pages

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