United States Animal Health Association

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United States Animal Health Association

USAHA (The United States Animal Health Association), the nation's animal health forum for over a century, is a non-profit, science-based, voluntary organization. Its 1,100 members are state and federal animal health officers, national allied organizations, regional representatives, and singular members. USAHA works with state and federal governments, veterinarians, livestock producers, universities, national livestock and poultry organizations, the extension service, research scientists and several foreign countries to handle livestock diseases in the United States. USAHA represents all fifty states, four foreign countries and Thirty four allied groups serving health, technical and consumer markets. USAHA's prime aim is to prevent, control and eliminate livestock infections that cost ranchers, farmers and consumers approximately $1 billion per year. The Association's mission is applied through deliberations of its 32 science-based committees and the acceptance of resolutions and recommendations aimed at solving animal health problems. Committee size differs from 11 to 135 members. It is formed in 1897 as the Interstate Association of Livestock Sanitary Boards; and the organization had fewer than 100 members and was worried with one disease affecting cattle--Texas cattle fever. State, federal and industry collaborators create USAHA in 1897 to assure the interstate shipment of healthy animals and to grow plans to prevent and eradicate animal disease.

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