SAN DIEGO – Representatives of the leading deer, elk, exotic and reindeer industry organizations met together during the week long annual United States Animal Health Association (USAHA) conference in San Diego. Represented for the first time by their own committee, these industry leaders have made increased strides for the benefit of the cervid industry as a whole.

Among the measures passed out of subcommittee are resolutions to encourage the change of costly testing measures and the reduction in burdensome regulatory measures affecting the industry.
“EWA was proud to play a role in this positive move for the future of the farmed cervid industry. The impact we have had in this conference is tremendous and the coalition of deer and exotic groups has never been stronger,” said EWA Executive Director Charly Seale


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