Import - Export

The purpose of the Committee on Import-Export is to foster discussion and cooperation with and between members of the private sector of the livestock industries, U.S., and state government regulatory officials, and the scientific community, on the problems and opportunities in the import/export of disease-free livestock and germplasm.

Presentations

Reports

Resolutions

2014

Resolution 4: Need for United States Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Services Risk Assessment and Rulemaking prior to Allowing Imports from Countries with African Swine Fever

Resolution 6: Bluetongue, National Strategy for Animal Exports

2012

Resolution 10: TUBERCULOSIS TESTING OF EXPORT CATTLE AND THE REQUIREMENT FOR A NEGATIVE CULTURE OF MYCOBACTERIUM BOVIS FROM HISTOPATHOLOGICALLY NEGATIVE TISSUES

Resolution 26: EXPORT OF SHEEP AND GOATS

2011

Resolution 1: INFRASTRUCTURE FOR ELECTRONIC CERTIFICATES OF VETERINARY INSPECTION FOR LIVESTOCK MOVEMENT BETWEEN CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES

2009

Resolution 5: FAILURE OF IMPORTING COUNTRIES TO FOLLOW WORLD ORGANIZATION FOR ANIMAL HEALTH GUIDELINES FOR IMPORTATIONS OF ANIMALS

2007

Resolution 5: Funding and Planning of Integrated and Comprehensive Animal Health Surveillance

Resolution 28: Minimum Export Rules for Goats and Swine

Resolution 40: Equine Identification: Imported and Returning Horses

Resolution 65: Importation of Fetal Bovine Serum

Resolution 66: Import Requirements for Semen, Embryos and Live Animals

2006

Resolution 46: Interpretation of Import-Export Protocol

2005

Resolution 13: Global Initiatives in Veterinary Education

Resolution 14: Priority Passage for Live Animal Cargo at Border Crossings

Resolution 15: Determination of Protocols for the Importation of South American Camelid Embryos

Resolution 16: Process to Restore Normal Trade in North America to Ensure Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) Import Regulations Conform to OIE Guidelines

2004

Resolution 13: Importation of Fetal Bovine Serum

Resolution 29: Priority Passage for Live Animal Cargo at Border Crossing

Resolution 34: Agriculture as a Priority of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security