Electronic Interstate Certificates of Veterinary Inspection (eICVI) enable Accredited Veterinarians to do their job more efficiently. In addition, the use of electronic systems often ensures that regulatory requirements are met.
Pros of using electronic eICVI’s:
Cons of using electronic eICVI’s:
Several eICVI products exist and others are being developed. Veterinarians should contact their State Animal Health Official to obtain references to the systems that are recognized and available within their state. Below is a summary of current products available for Utah:
AgConnect mCVI Resources
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The Utah Legislature joined many other states in 1997 by passing the Domesticated Elk Act and thereby creating a domestic elk industry in the state. Listed below are sources that offer comprehensive information about elk farming in Utah. For further information, contact Leslie McFarlane, Domestic Elk Manager, at (801) 538-7173.
In 2015 the Utah Legislature passed H.B. 261 Substitute “Horse Tripping Amendments”; creating reporting requirements for venues holding horse roping or tripping events.
This page contains important information regarding your facility's responsibility on what to report, when to report it, and the consequences for failing to report these events.
Please access these links and let the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food (UDAF) know if you have any questions.
The information requested below is required following the passage of H.B 261
In 1992, the Utah Legislature passed the Utah Horse Racing Act that established a regulatory process for monitoring the horse racing industry. A five-member commission is appointed by the Governor and approved by the Senate that oversees the process and makes periodic changes based on needs or industry input.
UDAF administers the Act because of its importance to the market value of Utah horses. Commission sanctioned tracks and races are important in establishing recognized times for Utah quarter horses. During the past year, nearly half of the horses running on sanctioned tracks received Rating of Merit (ROM), an index that helps establish horse values and stud fees. Without Utah's regulatory system and commission to oversee the State's Quarter Horse races, the races and associated times would not be recognized by national and international groups. This would result in the loss of millions of dollars of value to our horse industry.
Forms and Instructions
|Owner, Trainer, Assistant Trainer, Jockey||
|Jockey Room Attendant, Colors Attendant, Paddock Attendant, Security Guard, Stable Gate Man, Security Investigator, Concessionaire, Clocker||
|Pony, Groom, Valet||