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Re: [RC] California Agricultural product restrictions - Mary Ann Spencer

So are we not supposed to feed our horses enroute?  Then do you have to make emergency stops for feed after you arrive inside the state? 
I pulled over at the livestock point in CA but they just waved me on.  So I drove on.  I was towing a 4 horse stock trailer with one horse in it and feed for the trip and enough to get started when I arrived at my end point.   Just my experience.  No one asked for papers either.  Well, maybe that is one of the few benefits of getting older...lol
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Sent: Monday, July 17, 2006 3:58 PM
Subject: [RC] California Agricultural product restrictions

I know you are not supposed to bring Hay or fruit or any kind of plants into California.. That's if you get stopped at an Agricultural Inspection Station.
Someone just asked me if I knew if we could bring in processed feed and beet pulp.  I had no answer to that.  Those of you in California or who haul there regularly, can you bring in Horse feed and beet pulp?  Appreciate all your help.  Leaving for Tevis in a week!

[RC] California Agricultural product restrictions, AppaLucie