Always check with your state animal health offices and show venues to see how they would prefer to view the travel permits. Some require printed copies, so it is always best to carry a printed copy of the permit when traveling.
Articles in this section
- EECVI Movement Permit Instructions - Equine Owner
- What does HDMP stand for?
- Which Official IDs are Accepted for an EECVI?
- What is an EECVI?
- EECVI Reminders For Equine Owners
- What states are participating in the EECVI program?
- Will a movement permit be needed for each horse?
- Is there a time restraint for owners to create a permit?
- If a horse travels through a state that doesn't accept the EECVI, will that horse need a 30 day CVI?
- Will owners need to obtain an HDMP for return from activity as well, or will the one permit cover for travel to and from an event?