USDA has registered 270,414 premises nationwide. And
Premises registration in
“This is an important step in protecting animal health. It’s in the best interest of all livestock producers to have their premise registered,” notes Bill Bruins, President of the Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation.
“The Wisconsin Equine industry is continuing to be proactive about the health of their animals by participating in the
The Wisconsin Premises Registration Act requires all who keep, house or co-mingle livestock/horses to register their premises. Premises registration applies to any rural or city residence housing any type of livestock species, regardless of number or size. Premises registration provides for faster reaction by animal health officials in the event of a disease outbreak. Animal owners with registered premises can receive early information about important and appropriate precautions to limit the chance of a disease outbreak striking their premises.