IMPORT/EXPORT/EXHIBITION OF LIVESTOCK
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All EXHIBITORS: Please adhere to the 2018 NM Exhibitor Guide. OUT OF STATE EXHIBITORS: In addition to the Guide, please review the full import requirements by animal type

2019 New Mexico Guide for Livestock Exhibitors.pdf

Effective 2/13/2018 - All Racehorses Entering Tracks or Training Facilities

  1. All racehorses entering any NM Racing Commission licensed racetrack or training center must be accompanied by copies of the horse's registration certificate and a current health certificate. NM Racing Commission requires that all horses entering any NMRC licensed racetrack or training center must have proof of a negative annual Coggins test and proof of a negative Piroplasmosis (Babesia equi) test completed for Quarter Horses only, within the last two year. Health certificates for horses traveling intra-state must have been issued within the last 72 hours. Health certificates for horses traveling inter-state must have been issued within the last seven days
     
  2. The health certificate should state to the best of the examining veterinarian's knowledge:
     
    1. the horse does not show clinical signs of any infectious or contagious
      equine diseases;
       
    2. the temperature of the horse at the time of the examination; and
       
    3. the horse has not received medication that has been shown to reduce the horse's temperature within the past 24 hours.

New Mexico Dairy Cattle Movement and Shipping Requirements
New Mexico Beef Cattle and Bison Movement and Shipping Requirements
New Mexico Rodeo Cattle Movement and Shipping Requirements

 

New Mexico Equine Movement and Shipping Requirements.pdf

 

New Mexico Sheep and Goat Movement and Shipping Requirements.pdf

 

New Mexico Swine Movement and Shipping Requirements.pdf

 

New Mexico Captive Cervids Movement and Shipping Requirements

 

New Mexico Camelids Movement and Shipping Requirements

 

New Mexico Poultry Import Requirements.pdf

To aquire a livestock entry permit 24 hours / 7 days a week, please use the "NM Entry Permits" menu choice on the left to create permits yourself online. Please note that all horses, mules, asses, cattle and bison entering NM from another state must have an entry permit.

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If you prefer to use the telephone, call (800) 432-6889 and you will be directed to a live representative who will provide you with an entry permit number. Please have your NAN (National Accreditation Number) ready to give to the representative. Please have an accurate origination and destination address including zip code to obtain a permit.

*Note: The 800 number listed above is only for entry permits. Any other inquiries or matters should be directed to (505) 841-6161.