The TAHC Communications & Public Relations Department issues frequent news releases, educational brochures, announcements, etc. to inform the public of current news and/or changes pertaining to animal agriculture health issues and/or regulatory policies. The TAHC utilizes several methods of communication to disseminate messages, including the TAHC website, TAHC Insider-email group, Facebook and Twitter as well as participates in industry related events. The Communication and Public Relations Department strives to provide and maintain current and accurate information to the citizens of Texas and to those with a vested interest in Texas animal health.
Contact the Director of Communications & Public Relations by phone at 512-719-0710 or 1-800-550-8242 x710 or by email.
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To view the list of TAHC and USDA related brochures, visit the Brochure Library
|May 31, 2013
||TAHC Proposes Modifications to Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD), Brucellosis, and Other Rules
||May 23, 2013
||Yvonne (Bonnie) Ramirez, TAHC Director of Communications and Public Relations, interviewed with Tom Nicolette of the Texas Farm Bureau. The radio interview was part of Tom's News and Views segment. Bonnie talked about the array of agency brochures available on the TAHC website in both English and Spanish. The material ranges from disease related to program specific information. Listen to the interview.
|May 20, 2013
||TAHC Continues Testing Equine in Kleberg County for Piroplasmosis
|May 3, 2013
||USDA Veterinary Medicine Loan Repayment Program Currently Accepting Applications
|March 15, 2013
||TAHC to Test Equine Animals in Kleberg County for Piroplasmosis
|February 20, 2013
||TAHC Proposes Modifications to Chronic Wasting Disease
(CWD), Fever Tick and Swine Pseudorabies Rules
|February 15, 2013
||TAHC Releases a Portion of the Fever Tick Temporary Quarantine Area in Starr County
|February 5, 2013
||TAHC Continues Efforts to Eradicate Scrapie
|January 4, 2013
||TAHC Accepting Nominations for Areas of Texas for the Veterinary Loan Repayment Program