Montana Department of Livestock reschedules DSA meeting in Twin Bridges for Jan. 4
The Montana Department of Livestock’s public meeting on the Designated Surveillance Area (DSA) administrative rule, originally scheduled for Nov. 23, has been rescheduled for 3 p.m., Jan. 4 at the Twin Bridges Fairgrounds. Public comment on the proposed rule has been extended to Jan. 10, and the Board of Livestock will consider the rule at its meeting on Jan. 17-18 in Helena.
For additional information about the meeting or DSA, please refer to the department’s Web site at liv.mt.gov.
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