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Animal & Plant Health Protection
Animal Health

Dr. Dennis A. Hughes, State Veterinarian
Dr. Tom Schomer, Deputy State Veterinarian

Animal Health protects producers and consumers, as well as the health of livestock in Nebraska, by enforcing rules and regulations governing eradication and control of certain livestock and poultry diseases.

Auction markets and livestock dealers are licensed by Animal Health in order to regulate the health requirements of animals moving within the state. The import of animals into the state is also monitored according to established health standards which allow only healthy animals to enter.

Animal Health also licenses and inspects pet feed and rendering plants to ensure that finished products from these plants are safe for livestock and pets.

link icon Animal Diseases
link icon Animal Exhibit Requirements
link icon Animal Imports
link icon Laws & Regulations
link icon LEDRS - Livestock Emergency Disease Response
link icon Livestock Disease Reporting
link icon Multimedia
link icon Newsletters

Programs

link icon Avian Influenza
link icon BSE Prevention
link icon Chronic Wasting Disease
link icon Commercial Dog & Cat Inspection
link icon Commercial Feed
link icon Exotic Sales
link icon LocateIn48
link icon National Poultry Improvement Plan
link icon Scrapie
link icon Veterinary Incentive Program
link icon State Livestock Health Officials
link icon Related Links

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Animal & Plant Health Protection
301 Centennial Mall South
P.O. Box 94787
Lincoln, NE 68509-4787
Phone:   402-471-2351
Fax:   402-471-6893
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