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Animal Disease Traceability

Animal Disease Traceability is Federal-State-Industry partnership designed to help livestock producers respond to, and minimize the impact of, an animal disease outbreak. When a disease outbreak occurs, animal health officials need to know:

  • Which animals are involved in a disease outbreak
  • Where the infected animal are currently located
  • What other animals might have been exposed to the disease.

By participating in Animal Disease Traceability, you will join a national disease response network built to protect your animals, your neighbors, and your economic livelihood against the devastation of a foreign animal disease outbreak.

Animal Disease Traceability Rule Summary

Take the first step - Register your premises today!

Click on Premises Registration Form below to download the application form. 

For more information visit the USDA Animal Disease Traceability Website

For questions call:
Animal Health Section
Tele: 404-656-3667

Premises Registration Form