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Tennessee to Check for Livestock Traceability Compliance Starting Jan. 1, 2015
TN Dept. of Agriculture Friday November 14, 2014

NASHVILLE The Tennessee Department of Agriculture will conduct routine compliance checks beginning Jan. 1, 2015 for the federal Animal Disease Traceability rule. The rule went into effect last year and requires the identification of livestock being transported across state lines. Animal health documentation is still required by the state under certain circumstances for livestock being moved within Tennessee. Additionally, some states have documentation requirements that go beyond the federal rule. Producers should consult with their veterinarians to make sure that any livestock that is transported complies with all regulations. TDA is working to implement a user-friendly online system already adopted by 20 other states that will allow private veterinarians to submit and access documents electronically in order to help with compliance. Veterinarians interested in participating should contact the State Veterinarians office at 615-837-5120 or animal.health@tn.gov.

 


Thieves Split With Wood Splitter
CCSD/Peg Broadcasting News Friday November 14, 2014

Thieves split with a wood splitter from a residence on Apache Trail in Lake Tansi Thursday morning. The homeowner told Cumberland County Sheriffs Deputies that he heard the sound of a loud muffler in his back yard, but by the time he got dressed and went outside to investigate the vehicle was gone, and so was the red colored wood splitter. The machine was valued at $1,000.

 


Bad News on Nameoki Circle
CCSD/Peg Broadcasting News Friday November 14, 2014

Theres been some bad news recently on Nameoki Circle. One resident there told deputies that while he was in the Cumberland County Jail in September and before his trailer burned down in October someone stole his credit card and withdrew $500 from his banks ATM machine. In a separate incident, another Nameoki Circle man told deputies that he took his dog for a walk and returned home about 30 minutes later to find his front door and door frame had been broken open. Various medications were missing from the home. Loss was estimated at $800. No suspects have been named in either case.

 


Dandy Dump Trailer Stolen From Bell Road Residence
CCSD/Peg Broadcasting News Friday November 14, 2014

The Cumberland County Sheriffs Department is investigating the theft of a Dandy Dump brand hydraulic lift trailer from a residence on Bell Road. The dual axle trailer with red and white wheels was stolen sometime between November 9th and November 11th. The trailer also has an unpainted tailgate. Loss was estimated at $4,000. Authorities have not named suspects at this time.

 


Ford Ranger Stolen From Renfro Hollow Road
CCSD/Peg Broadcasting News Friday November 14, 2014

A 1995 Green Ford Ranger was reported stolen from a residence on Renfro Hollow Roadon Tuesday. The victim told Cumberland County Deputies that he saw the vehicle around 1 a.m. and it was gone at 4 a.m. Loss was estimated at $750. The investigation is ongoing.

 

 
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