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.