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Acuerdo para la operación de la Campaña Nacional contra la Tuberculosis Bovina (Mycobacterium bovis).



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El presente acuerdo es de observancia obligatoria en todo el territorio nacional y tiene por objeto, regular y establecer las especificaciones zoosanitarias, así como los procedimientos, actividades, criterios, estrategias, técnicas y características para la prevención, control y erradicación de la tuberculosis bovina. El campo de aplicación son todas las unidades de producción pecuaria que manejen bovinos (Bos), bisontes (Bison) y búfalos de agua (Bubalus) La Campaña Nacional contemplada en este instrumento, incluye las siguientes fases de operación: control mayor a 0.5%, baja prevalencia (Nivel I con prevalencia mayor a 0.1% y menor a 0.5%, Nivel II prevalencia mayor a 0.01% y menor a 0.1%) y libre menor a 0.001% de prevalencia. La vigilancia y aplicación corresponderá a la Secretaría de AGRICULTURA a través del SENASICA y a los gobiernos estatales y municipales en el ámbito de sus respectivas atribuciones y circunscripciones territoriales, de conformidad con los acuerdos de coordinación respectivos.

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Summary of the draft


This agreement is mandatory throughout the national territory and aims to regulate and establish animal health specifications, as well as the procedures, activities, criteria, strategies, techniques and characteristics for the prevention, control and eradication of bovine tuberculosis. The field of application is all livestock production units that handle cattle (Bos), bison (Bison) and water buffaloes (Bubalus). The National Campaign contemplated in this instrument includes the following phases of operation: control more than 0.5%, low prevalence (Level I with prevalence more than 0.1% and less than 0.5%, Level II prevalence more than 0.01% and less than 0.1% ) and free less than 0.001% prevalence. Surveillance and application will be the responsibility of the Secretariat of AGRICULTURE through SENASICA and the state and municipal governments within the scope of their respective attribution and territorial constituencies, in accordance with the respective coordination agreements.

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Comentario emitido por: Gabriel Alfaro Moreno


Se sugiere incluir la definición de zona de amortiguamiento para el correcto entendimiento del instrumento. Debe decir: Zona de amortiguamiento: Se refiere al área que según las fases requiere de medidas de mitigación de riesgo en sus límites y vecindad con zonas de alto riesgo o de riesgo desconocido y que no puedan ser delimitadas de manera efectiva por barreras naturales. Estas zonas deberán estar debidamente delimitadas con el uso de herramientas de gestión geográfica o geoespacial vigentes y al alcance de los servicios veterinarios oficiales y que se deberá contar con el censo de hatos que quedará contenido dentro de cada zona de amortiguamiento que se autorice por parte de Agricultura a través del SENASICA.

Fecha: 29/04/2024 13:33:25

Comentario emitido por: Nombre de usuario no publico


Dice: TRANSITORIOS PRIMERO.- El presente Acuerdo entrará en vigor 60 días naturales después de su publicación. Debe decir: TRANSITORIOS PRIMERO.- El presente Acuerdo entrará en vigor XX días naturales después de su publicación. Justificación: Se sugiere que la autoridad evalué las acciones que se deberán implementar con la entrada en vigor del instrumento, como es el caso de la reclasificación de los estados en las fases de campaña establecidas y con ello replantear el periodo de entrada en vigor de la disposición y en su caso aumentarlo.

Fecha: 18/04/2024 13:57:06

Comentario emitido por: Gabriel Alfaro Moreno


DICE: X. CN: Siglas que indican que el destino final del animal es para consumo nacional; marcadas a fuego en la piel, entre el flanco y el corvejón del lado derecho del animal. DEBE DECIR: CN: Siglas que significan “Consumo Nacional” lo que indica que el destino final del animal es para matanza dentro del territorio nacional; y deben ser marcadas a fuego en la piel, entre el flanco y el corvejón del lado derecho del animal. JUSTIFICACIÓN: Cambiar redacción, con la finalidad de ser claro lo que significa cada letra, así como el uso de las palabras “matanza nacional” para explicar que ese ganado no podrá ser enviado en pie a otro país y deberá ser matado en el territorio nacional.

Fecha: 01/04/2024 16:50:34

Comentario emitido por: Gabriel Alfaro Moreno


DICE: Artículo 29. Las muestras para estudio bacteriológico, al momento de ser obtenidas, deberán sumergirse en solución saturada de borato de sodio en proporción 1:1, las muestras no deberán ser mayores a 2 cm por lado, debiendo enviar la muestra al laboratorio, en un periodo menor a 5 días naturales y el laboratorio deberá procesarla de manera inmediata DEBE DECIR: ELIMINAR JUSTIFICACIÓN: Se repite con el inciso V del Articulo 27

Fecha: 20/03/2024 11:21:16

Comentario emitido por: Gabriel Alfaro Moreno


DICE: Artículo 27 V Las muestras para el aislamiento bacteriológico, deberán de enviarse en solución saturada de borato de sodio, el tamaño de las muestras de tejido deberá ser de 2 cm por lado, en una proporción máxima de una parte de tejido por una de borato de sodio (1:1). El tiempo máximo que deberá de permanecer el tejido en el borato de sodio es de 5 días naturales. DEBE DECIR: Artículo 27 V Las muestras para el aislamiento bacteriológico, deberán de enviarse en solución saturada de borato de sodio, el tamaño de las muestras de tejido deberá ser de 2 cm por lado, la cantidad máxima de tejido en relación al borato de sodio será 1:1. El tiempo máximo que deberá de permanecer el tejido en el borato de sodio es de 5 días naturales. JUSTIFICACIÓN: Se debe entender que la proporción máxima de tejido no debe ser rebasada por el medio de conservador.

Fecha: 20/03/2024 11:18:57

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Fecha: 20/03/2024 09:01:00

Comentario emitido por: Kari Coulson


The United States Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service has reviewed the proposed regulation titled, Acuerdo para la operacion de la Campana Nacional contra la Tuberculosis Bovina (Mycobacterium bovis). We respectfully submit to the Servicio Nacional de Sandid Inocuidad y Calidad Agroalimentaria the following comments and recommendations for consideration. General observations and recommendations • APHIS commends SENASICA for including the dairy sector and water buffalo in the regulation. • APHIS commends SENASICA for updating the definition of “herds” to include herds that are geographically linked and premises that exchange animals. It is important that the definition include all breeding animals contributing to the herd (including bulls borrowed from other premises). The definition should also include premises under common ownership including herds owned by family members and with multiple brands. The regulation also lacks guidance for State implementation of this definition within the plan for TB surveillance (area testing), epidemiological testing, and export, including maintaining a database of epidemiologically linked herds. The enforcement of this definition will be critical for the success of Mexico’s TB surveillance. o APHIS recommends that SENASICA update the definition of “herds” in Chapter One, Article 3, to include herds under common ownership and clarify that a herd includes all breeding animals that contribute to the progeny in the herd. We also recommend including guidance for implementation of this definition of “herds” in routine TB surveillance, epidemiological testing, and recordkeeping. • APHIS has concerns about the lack of provisions pertaining to oversight and enforcement of TB Campaign requirements, and consequences for noncompliance. This gap in the previous regulatory framework has caused legal conflict between Federal and State regulations and has hindered the efforts of some States to enforce TB program requirements. o APHIS recommends that SENASICA update the TB agreement to accurately identify the official entities responsible for enforcing TB campaign requirements and clearly outline the sanctions that will be imposed for non-compliance or point to another Federal regulation that does so. • APHIS notes several concerns regarding provisions pertaining to traceability. First, references to traceability system criteria focus on the ability of Mexican States to trace cattle back to the herd of origin but do not address the most critical component, identification of TB-affected herds. Also, the electronic transit guide system is not defined and not included as a critical component of the traceability system. o APHIS recommends SENASICA define the electronic transit guide system and include criteria for use and successful implementation of the system. We recommend including provisions for enforcement of the system and sanctions for noncompliance. o APHIS further recommends that SENASICA define, here or elsewhere, criteria for validating the effectiveness of the electronic transit guide system. For example, documentation or physical audits, identifying infection in the most probably herd of origin of slaughter traceback cases, etc. • APHIS notes the lack of provisions addressing SENASICA’s role in ensuring Mexican cattle exports meet the TB import requirements of international trade partners. o APHIS recommends that SENASICA add language describing the federal responsibilities pertaining to the certification of cattle exports to other countries. Include provisions for enforcement of TB requirements of the importing country as well as sanctions for noncompliance. • APHIS notes this regulation does not provide SENASICA the authority to enter into bilateral protocols with international trade partners and to enforce the provisions of those agreements. o APHIS recommends adding language to provide SENASICA the authority to enter into bilateral protocols with trade partners and to enforce the provisions of those protocols. • APHIS notes that several articles in this regulation capture elements of SENASICA/APHIS negotiated bilateral protocols (e.g., approved feedlot protocol, certified TB-free herd protocol etc.) However, these protocols are updated frequently, and in fact, some have been updated since this proposed regulation was drafted. There are now inconsistencies between our signed protocols and the proposed TB Agreement. o APHIS recommends removing the specific criteria of bilateral protocols from the TB Agreement, retaining those as separate policy documents on the SENASICA website, and referencing those protocols in this regulation. In the TB Agreement, we propose SENASICA retain information pertaining to oversight, enforcement and sanctions associated with noncompliance for the various protocols. • APHIS commends SENASICA for expanding the list of “official” diagnostics for bovine tuberculosis. The comprehensive list will allow Mexican State Officials to take more timely action and more effectively identify potentially infected herds. However, APHIS notes potential conflict between the proposed TB Agreement and NOM-056-ZOO-1995, which describes official TB diagnostics. o APHIS recommends that SENASICA updates NOM-056-ZOO-1995 to avoid legal discrepancies which could delay control measures. o APHIS further recommends that both this regulation and revised NOM-056-ZOO-1995 include provisions for validation and use of additional diagnostic testing methodologies that may become available between now and when the regulations are next updated. • Throughout the document, there are references to “TB positive animals” and subsequent actions that must occur when a positive animal is identified. In other places the term “reactor animals” is used but it is unclear if this refers strictly to animals non-negative on a comparative cervical tuberculin (CCT) test or also animals non-negative on a caudal fold tuberculin (CFT) test. o APHIS recommends defining in Chapter One, Article 3, CFT test responders and CCT test reactors. Also, throughout the document, specify the criteria for a “TB positive animal” (e.g., CFT responder, CCT reactor, culture positive sample etc.) and ensure the term “reactor animal” correctly captures the diagnostic criteria for identifying a potentially infected animal. We would also recommend replacing the word “positive” results for CFT or CCT testing to “TB suspect” or CFT responder or CCT reactor/CCT suspect, as appropriate. • APHIS notes that the TB Agreement requires that SADER issue and release quarantine orders. Under the current system, APHIS has noted significant delays in the issuance and release of quarantines which negatively impacts animal movement control from TB-affected herds. o APHIS recommends that SENASICA add provisions to allow SENASICA officials in each Mexican State to issue official quarantine orders and movement restrictions on behalf of SADER. This will allow States to take more timely action when TB-affected herds are identified and to more quickly release those herds that have met criteria for TB eradication. APHIS recommendations (by Chapter) Chapter One Article 3 • Separately define CFT test responder and CCT test reactor • Add definition for the official electronic transit guide system • Add definition for PSGs and UPPs • Add Roman numeral LII. to “SINIIGA” and correct numbering for the rest of the defined terms; suggest using a more general term, such as official animal identification system, so to avoid confusion if the system is renamed in the future. • XXV. Dairy cattle: Revise definition to state that dairy cattle, regardless of age, sex, breed or current use, are animals that are born on a dairy farm and/or managed at some point in their lifespan as dairy animals for the production of dairy products. • XXX. Herd: Revise definition to include herds under common ownership, including herds owned by family members with multiple brands, and breeding animals contributing to the herd. • XXXIV. Qualified Free Herd (certified TB-free herd): Revise to state that all testing for certification be performed by SENASICA veterinarians, in accordance with the international bilateral protocol. • XLI. Herd test: Revise to state “Whole Herd TB Test” (WHT) requires all animals in a herd at the time of testing, including those too young to test, be officially identified and recorded on the test chart. A WHT for the purposes of export, accreditation, or certification should include testing of all animals down to 6 months of age. A WHT conducted for the purposes of epidemiological investigation should test all animals 2 months of age or older. • L. Epidemiological monitoring: Edit to remove “in herds”. Epidemiological investigations could include groups of animals that may not be considered “a herd”. • LVII. Production Unit: Clarify that this term refers to UPPs (cow-calf operations); see previous comment regarding the addition of a definition for UPPs and PSGs Chapter Three Article 13 APHIS recommends adding to Free Phase, Eradication Phase, and Low Prevalence Phase status criteria provisions for routine (~5 years) whole herd area testing to achieve and retain SENASICA TB status designations. APHIS notes this regulation does not include provisions for discretionary prevalence calculations when determining a state’s TB prevalence. Does SENASICA intend to apply discretionary prevalence calculations and, if so, under what circumstances? APHIS recommends the following revisions to the criteria for TB status. Edits are underlined. I. Free Phase c) Regions with Free Phase status should maintain a TB prevalence of < 0.001% during the last 24 months. e) Slaughter surveillance criteria should require 1 granuloma for every 2000 regular slaughter animals inspected > 24 months of age. APHIS recommends this edit for all phases of TB status. f) Traceability system that makes is possible to locate at least 95% of the herds of origin and identify potentially infected herds. APHIS recommends this edit for all phases of TB status. II. Eradication Phase c) Regions with Eradication Phase status should maintain a TB prevalence of < 0.01% during the last 24 months. IV. Phase in control a) Have completed whole herd testing in at least 50% of the herds in the state or region; Articles 14-16. • Include the criteria or circumstances that would warrant a SENASICA onsite review. • Include that SENASICA will publish on their website the list of TB statuses SENASICA has granted to each Mexican State. • Include provisions to notify international trade partners of changes to SENASICA TB status recognitions that would impact the import requirements of that country. • Describe criteria for updating herd census information for accurate prevalence calculations. • Include provisions for changes to TB status when regions exceed a certain number of newly detected TB-affected herd in a defined time period, since a certain number of newly detected TB-affected herds may exceed the maximum prevalence for a given TB status. Chapter Five Article 19 Include that whole herd testing, performed as part of an epidemiological investigation, should include all animals 2 months of age or older. Add that animals classified as “suspect” on a CCT test be considered CCT test reactors when TB infection has been confirmed in the herd. Article 22 Include provisions for TB testing of spayed heifers. Article 23 Revise (edit underlined): Due to the low specificity of the tuberculin test, a certain number of animals tested will respond to the caudal fold test with a potentially false positive result. Article 24 II. change “positive” to “non-negative” Article 25 CCT tests should only be performed by Official veterinarians. Article 27 I. Revise (edit underlined): If an animal is non-negative on CFT or CCT test and on postmortem inspection does not present granulomatous lesions….. IV. Extending the lab reception date from 5 days to 10 days and provide direction that all samples received, regardless of reception date, should be analyzed. VII. Add that laboratories will provide to each submitter feedback on sample quality, along with laboratory results. Articles 28, 29, and 31 Suggest removing specific details regarding laboratory methods and retain in a standalone policy document that can be more efficiently updated as diagnostic techniques evolve. Include in this regulation those tests that are considered “official” validated tests for the purposes of identifying TB-infected animals. Chapter Six Article 34 Add the entities responsible for oversight and enforcement of the accredited TB-free herd program requirements, and detailed provisions for recordkeeping, including SENASICA protocols. Add a statement that all animals present in the herd at the time of testing, including those too young to test, be officially identified and listed on the TB test chart. Article 35 Add a statement regarding reconciliation of herd inventory between annual herd tests, to include sales, deaths, natural additions etc. Article 38 II. Revise (edit underlined): Perform a negative caudal fold tuberculin test on all animals 6 months of age and older, within 30 days before or after the anniversary of the last whole herd test. If an animal is non-negative on a caudal fold test, the comparative cervical test shall be carried out in accordance with Article 27 of this Agreement, and Article 40 Add the following to conditions for cancellation of accreditation: o Herds that have not received a negative whole herd test within XX days from the anniversary of the last whole herd test. o Herds that do not comply with TB testing requirements (testing of all animals down to 6 months of age). o Herds that lack appropriate inventory reconciliation. Article 41 Add the following to the conditions for temporary suspension of accreditation: o When animals from a herd with confirmed TB infection or TB-infected animals detected at slaughter are traced to the accredited herd. Articles 42-44 APHIS has significant concerns regarding the current text. The text lacks the detail captured in the SENASICA/APHIS bilateral protocol for certified TB-free herds, which may create confusion for producers and lead to noncompliance. Also, protocol updates that conflict with this regulation may be grounds for legal opposition by producers. Suggest removing specifics of certified TB-free herd criteria and referencing the SENASICA/APHIS bilateral protocol. APHIS recommends focusing regulatory text on oversight responsibilities, the conditions for suspension or cancellation of certification. Chapter Seven Article 45 APHIS has significant concerns regarding the current text. The SENASICA/APHIS approved feedlot (AFL) protocol was updated in 2023, after the regulatory text was drafted. This highlights the issue of capturing the details of the AFL protocol in a regulation that cannot be easily edited. Conflicting provisions in the regulation and the SENASICA/APHIS bilateral protocol may create confusion for producers and lead to noncompliance. Also, protocol updates that conflict with this regulation may be grounds for legal opposition by producers. Suggest removing specifics of AFL criteria and referencing the SENASICA/APHIS bilateral protocol. APHIS recommends focusing regulatory text on oversight responsibilities, the conditions for suspension or cancellation of approval. Chapter Eight Article 46 APHIS recommends, wherever possible, to capture details of TB program initiatives, such as management of Dairy Production Units, in a policy document that can be easily updated as needed. Suggest focusing regulatory text on entities responsible for oversight, including delegated responsibilities, enforcement of program requirements, and sanctions for noncompliance. Ensure references to “positive animals” or “test positive” animals describe the diagnostic criteria for a “positive” designation. Articles 48-52 Revise regulation to describe the types of movements that are permitted from dairy herds that opt into the Management of Dairy Production Units program. It is unclear how movement of TB-exposed animals from a TB-affected dairy will be controlled. How will SENASICA ensure that animals non-negative on CFT or CCT tests are movement restricted. Suggest including that producers must agree to a herd management plan, which would include the plan for staged depopulation of CFT/CCT non-negative animals. Article 55 Include criteria to ensure colostrum fed to calves is not contaminated with M. bovis bacilli. Chapter Nine Article 56 Add provisions for periodic oversight/review of rearing units and requirements that facilities comply with traceability requirements. Chapter Ten Add provisions for supervision of TB slaughter inspection activities, whether delegated to State Governments, TB Committees, or other Federal entities. For federally inspected slaughter plants (TIFs), APHIS recommends adding provisions for establishing memorandums of understanding between SENASICA and the State government to allow State Government and/or TB Committee staff to monitor compliance with TB program requirements, including inspection processes. Article 57 Specify the tuberculin test referenced in the first sentence. Article 58 Revise (edit underlined): Prior to this mobilization, SENASICA and the OASA of AGRICULTURE must be notified of and approve requests to move TB-exposed animals or those animals non-negative on CFT and/or CCT tests at least two working days in advance of the mobilization, through a free letter. Chapter Eleven Article 63 Revise (edit underlined): In the event that the destination slaughter plant does not perform TB slaughter inspection and/or does not meet minimum inspection criteria outlined in Chapter Three, a tuberculin test must be carried out at the origin of the batch, within 60 calendar days prior to its mobilization. Articles 66 Simplify the table by removing the “destination” column. The purpose of movement may inform TB requirements, but the TB status of the receiving region should not be a determinant for movement requirements. For example, the TB risk posed by an animal from a region designated Low Prevalence Level I is the same regardless of the TB status of the receiving State. APHIS notes several conflicts between listed requirements for movement and current SENASICA/APHIS protocols (e.g., bilateral protocol for Livestock Show, Fair and Exhibition). Also, return movements from shows and fairs are not addressed in the table. APHIS is concerned the conflicting requirements may lead to noncompliance with current bilateral protocols. APHIS suggests adding that cattle movements must comply with provisions in Article 66 as well as international protocols. The table lists Article 68 rather than Article 67 when referencing movements to livestock shows and fairs. Please correct. Article 67 APHIS has significant concerns regarding the current text. In some places the provisions directly conflict with the 2023 SENASICA/APHIS protocol for Livestock Shows, Fairs and Exhibition. For example, subpart II of this section allows animals from eradication phase or low prevalence phase regions participating in fairs in States with control phase status, to return to their herd of origin. This section also lacks the criteria and compliance requirements captured in the bilateral protocol. APHIS recommends to either- 1) remove specific criteria and refer to policy documents that can be found on the SENASICA website or 2) correct the criteria in this section to align with current bilateral protocols. Chapter Twelve Article 69 The current text states, “All breeding cattle that are intended to be imported into Mexico must have an official identification of the country of origin equivalent to the official identification system of Mexico that guarantees its traceability.” This provision should not be limited to breeding cattle. Chapter Thirteen Add reference to the SENASICA guidance document for epidemiological investigations. Article 80 Add that SENASICA will work with Mexican States to develop buffer zones between regions of higher and lower TB risk sufficient to address the risk of TB transmission in accordance with domestic standards and the requirements of international trading partners. Chapter Fourteen Add provisions to this chapter for enforcement of quarantine orders and description of sanctions applied when producers violate quarantine orders. Article 81 Per our previous comment, add provisions to allow SENASICA officials in each Mexican State to issue and release quarantine orders. Article 84 Add provisions for immediate movement restrictions while official quarantine documents are pending. Article 87 Revise (edit underlined) Animals less than 12 months of age from quarantine herds may be moved to approved feedlots with a valid negative individual TB test, CN brand, official ID, electronic movement guide, and the consent of the official SENASICA staff in the receiving state. Article 88 Clarify “reactors”. Does this refer only to animals non-negative on a CCT test or all animals non-negative on CFT and/or CCT tests? Article 89 Throughout this section clarify the TB test specified for a “positive” test (i.e. CFT or CCT test). Article 91 Recommend two assurance tests at >6 months and >18 months after quarantine release/restocking. Chapter Fifteen Article 95 Specify that the disinfectants used be approved for elimination of mycobacteria. Articles 97-98 Add a minimum period of downtime, following disinfection, prior to restocking. Article 99 Add that upon completion of the disinfection process, the supervising official will submit a report to SENASICA, the State Government, and TB Committee verifying compliance with the provisions of this Chapter. Chapters Seventeen and Eighteen Articles 101-103 Suggest adding provisions for delegation of oversight and enforcement for certain TB program activities to the State Government and/or TB Committee. Add provisions for enforceable sanctions for various instances of producer/owner noncompliance with TB program requirements (see previous comments). Provide more detail regarding the suspension or revocation of SENASICA veterinary accreditation. Include provisions for suspension and cancellation of accreditation, period of suspension, and other fines that may be imposed as appropriate.

Fecha: 20/03/2024 05:41:29

Comentario emitido por: Gabriel Alfaro Moreno


DICE: Artículo 85. AGRICULTURA aplicará cuarentena definitiva en un lapso no mayor de 15 días naturales en cualquiera de los casos siguientes: DEBE DECIR: Artículo 85. AGRICULTURA aplicará cuarentena definitiva en un lapso no mayor de 30 días naturales en cualquiera de los casos siguientes: JUSTIFICACIÓN: El trámite en lo que está el resultado de tipificación y se emite el oficio de cuarentena es mínimo 30 días

Fecha: 19/03/2024 16:54:32

Comentario emitido por: Gabriel Alfaro Moreno


DICE: Artículo 84. AGRICULTURA aplicará cuarentena precautoria en un lapso no mayor de 15 días naturales en cualquiera de los casos siguientes: DEBE DECIR: Artículo 84. AGRICULTURA aplicará cuarentena precautoria en un lapso no mayor de 30 días naturales en cualquiera de los casos siguientes: JUSTIFICACIÓN: Los días transcurridos desde que hay un reaccionante hasta que se emite el oficio de cuarentena por la DGSA, son mínimo 30 días.

Fecha: 19/03/2024 16:50:15

Comentario emitido por: Gabriel Alfaro Moreno


DICE: Artículo 84. AGRICULTURA aplicará cuarentena precautoria en un lapso no mayor de 15 días naturales en cualquiera de los casos siguientes: VI. En los hatos o lotes que sean adyacentes a un hato o lote infectado. La liberación de cuarentena, se realizará mediante una prueba de tuberculina negativa en el pliegue caudal a la totalidad del hato o lote en cuarentena, o; DEBE DECIR: Eliminar el punto VI JUSTIFICACIÓN: Los hatos o lotes adyacentes a un hato infectado, no se cuarentenan por estar adyacente, se prueban por seguimiento y si hay reactores a las pruebas, se cuarentenan.

Fecha: 19/03/2024 16:46:57



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