Bennet Introduces Bill to Help Ranchers Combat Animal-Borne Illnesses, Protect Public Health


“The proper funding authorization for the NAHLN is critical so that states, including Colorado with its NAHLN member laboratory, Colorado State University Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratories, can protect their agriculture industries from emerging and foreign animal diseases that can cause economic devastation, and also address our nation’s need for a safe, stable and nutritious food supply by protection of not only animal health, but public health,” said Barbara Powers, Director of Colorado State University Diagnostic Laboratories.