Click on the "Trich Vets by County" link below to find a New Mexico Trich Certified veterinarian in your area. Click on the "Trich Test on Site" PDF link for a list of veterinary clinics that have facilities to trich test mature bulls. Please call the clinic and make an appointment prior to arriving.
Click on the link below for a regularly updated map of positive trich cases by county.
Below are links to the interactive Trich testing forms. The forms have been simplified a bit for ease of use.
NOTE: We have also added a web application that will allow you to create the forms using our website. Your progress will be saved when using that method, and you can come back later to continue creating the form on our website and ultimately create the PDF needed for lab submission. Link for that application is below as well.
NMLB Interactive Trich Test Record
Interactive Trich Test Continuation Sheet
NMLB Trich Test Record Instructions
Herd Management Plan for Trichomoniasis Positive Premise
Bovine Trichomoniasis Epidemiological Investigation (EPI) Form.pdf
Guidelines and Requirements for Ranches Adjacent to a Trich Positive Premise
General Requirements for a Trich Positive Premise
Frequently Asked Questions - Trich Quarantine
EQUINE VIRAL ARTERITIS
EQUINE MICROCHIP REGISTRY
EQUINE PIROPLASMOSIS TEST FORM
Click Here for complete information about our animal health regulatory programs, including Bovine Trichomoniasis, Tuberculosis and Brucellosis; Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA) and Viral Arteritis (EVA).
Our agency is now hosting a voluntary microchip registry to aid in locating lost or missing equine. Accredited veterinarians licensed in New Mexico may use this registry to enter the owner contact information at the time that a horse is microchipped. Use the link below to go to the Equine Microchip Registry page
The New Mexico Livestock Board includes the offices of the State Veterinarian, whose team of veterinarians collaborate with various government and private sector partners to ensure that our state remains free of diseases affecting livestock. When there are any developments such as a disease event which may affect the import or export of livestock, these are communicated here on our "What's Hot" page. Also on that page is a way to sign up to receive e-mail notifications from us.
Veterinarians on Staff
Ralph Zimmerman, DVM State Veterinarian
Alexandra Eckhoff, DVM Field Veterinarian
Kreg Evetts, DVM Field Veterinarian
Choose our Personnel Directory on the left, and then "List Office Personnel" for contact information.
Below is the contact information for the the New Mexico Department of Agriculture Veterinary Diagnostic Services (VDS):
1101 Camino de Salud NE
Albuquerque NM 87102
In-state toll free phone number: 800-432-9110
Phone number: 505-383-9299
Fax number: 505-383-9294
Click the link below for information on the National Poultry Improvement Plan, including:
- A list of diseases for which the NPIP has active control programs
- The Benefits of the NPIP
- What's required to have a participating flock
- Links to Additional Information
Below are a number of biosecurity aids and resources produced and made available by the USDA for those who handle birds.
See our What's Hot section for any new updates concerning Piroplasmosis in NM and our "Import/Export/Exhibition" section for any updated developments regarding testing procedures and/or import requirements.
Our menu to the left includes a section on equine rescue. Choose that menu option or click here to go to our Equine Rescue Program.
Click here and then use the Page Menu at the top to see requirements by animal type. For this, you would normally use the Import / Export / Exhibition main menu choice. Any known restrictions imposed by other states on NM exports are listed there as well, but as always, you can get the most reliable information about that by contacting the state of destination.