sale health requirements
On behalf of the NCHCA Sale committee, we would like to thank you for your consignments in support of your NCHCA sale.
The health requirements for the sale will be as follows:
- All entries must have a certified health certificate. Please be sure to check with your veterinarian if you are consigning from a state other than Wisconsin for specific health requirements.
- Legible tattoo for all registered animals that corresponds with AHCA registration papers.
- All animals must have a USDA-APHIS approved ear tag linking to the farm of origin.
- All animals must have a negative BVD test. (This is a one-time test, so if your animal has been tested, please note that results of that test is all we need.) The test should be the PI test.
- All animals must have a negative Brucellosis test within 30 days before the sale.
- Pregnant animals must be confirmed in calf, or listed as open on the health certificate.
- ALL BULLS born March 1, 2018 or older must pass a breeding soundness exam, performed by a licensed veterinarian. Any non-virgin bull will need to be Trichomoniasis Tested. All bull testing needs to be complete and uploaded HERE by June 10th, or your bull may be scratched from the sale and you may forfeit your entry fee.
- ALL entries must be poured with parasitical control within 10 days of sale (Please be sure that your product contains appropriate measures for sucking lice.) and date of treatment must be provided.
- A write up of all vaccinations/calving records/vet care would be appreciated for new buyers. A minimum of this year’s vaccinations are encouraged. This is at consignor’s discretion, but the minimum is encouraged.