Health Requirements

Health Requirements


It is the responsibility of the exhibitor to be familiar with the state regulations for movement of livestock.
All exhibitors will be required to show the following on arrival, before unloading:
A Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (CVI) (Health Certificate) dated within 30 days of the last day of the show signed by a accredited veterinarian, including:  alpaca’s name, microchip, number and negative BVDV written on CVI.

Georgia is a Brucellosis and TB free state. Animals from non-free states require a negative TB test within 30 days of the show and a negative brucellosis test within 60 days of the show. Animals from TB and Brucellosis free states must have that fact written on the signed certificate.

All alpacas must have a proof of BVDV - free status - free status must be stated on the
Health Certificateby an accredited veterinarian (AOA rule). You can put PCR or VI testing
results (VI prior to 1/1/2010). VI is ok but only as grandfathered for BVDV testing.

Please bring an extra copy of your health certificate to be given to the show superintendent.

  • All alpacas must be microchipped with microchip number on CVI.  To expedite check-in, please test chip location on your alpacas before leaving for the show.  If the microchip can not be found,
  • please insert a microchip or have your vet do it prior to coming to the show.  Be sure you change the microchip number on the CVI if you have to replace a chip.  AGAIN, the chip number on the CVI must match the said alpaca in your trailer before you will be allowed to unload.

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