All livestock transported or otherwise moved into the State shall be accompanied by a copy of an official certificate of veterinary inspection or permit, or both, attached to the waybill or shall be in the possession of the driver of the vehicle or person in charge of the livestock.
A copy of the official certificate of veterinary inspection shall be forwarded to the State Veterinarian, Georgia Department of Agriculture, Capitol Square, 19 Martin Luther King Drive, Atlanta, Georgia 30334.
All livestock not fully in compliance entering the State without a proper certificate of veterinary inspection or permit, or both when required, shall be held in quarantine at owner's risk and expense until released by the State Veterinarian.
Brucellosis test accepted for interstate movement of livestock into Georgia is the Tube Test, Official Card Test, PCFIA, and BAPA.
Get a Permit: Swine and Bird Travel Permit Registration.
Swine that have been fed garbage may not enter Georgia under any conditions
No swine vaccinated against Pseudorabies are allowed entry into Georgia.
Swine entering Georgia must be accompanied by an official Certificate of Veterinary Inspection identifying each animal with a USDA approved metal ear tag, registry tattoo or registry ear notches. Feeder pigs may be identified with a premises tattoo issued by the State of origin. Required tests results, test dates and prior permit number must be recorded on the Certificate of Veterinary Inspection. Such animals shall originate from herds free of any contagious or infectious disease and shall not have been exposed to any contagious or infectious disease prior to or during shipment.
Swine entering Georgia for immediate slaughter must be accompanied by a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection, waybill, or proof of ownership and must be consigned to a state or federally approved slaughter establishment.
See full details about bringing swine into Georgia.