AHS Case in Kameelfontein area, June 2015

Please note that an AHS case has been reported in the Kameelfontein area at the end of June 2015. This will obviously affect movement from this area in the AHS Controlled Area, and a 30km radius around this area for the next 40 days or so. Please bear this in mind when advising clients. Please contact Dr Adri Grobler for further advice in this regard.  Also please remember that a movement permit is required for movement into the AHS Controlled Area, as well as a health certificate and  prenotification to State Vet Boland. Please use the NEW prenote form attached. Please also remember that all horses moving into the AHS Controlled Area require a registered passport (SAEF passport, NHA passport, the NEW stud book passports, not the old ones, and the import export passports) If the horse does not have one of these passports movement is not allowed, and Dr Gary Buhrmann Camilla Weyer should be contacted to arrange movement.

State Vet Boland authorised Veterinarian (Movement Control and Equine Disease Surveillance) and Research Officer Equine Research Centre Cape Town equineresearchcentre@gmail.com

Fax: 086 558 9818



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