Since 2011, our animal health database, CoreOne, has been the central component in USDA Veterinary Services' Surveillance Collaboration Services project. More than half the states in the US utilize these CoreOne systems as their de facto animal health database. With many hundreds of millions of records, these systems represent a fundamental part of the national disease surveillance and traceability machinery in the United States.
New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets
Our CoreOne system has been the state animal health database for New York since 2007. We provide hosting and operation of the system on our Amazon-based infrastructure.
Minnesota Board of Animal Health
Our CoreOne system has been the state animal health database for Minnesota since 2012. For the first five years of its operation, it was hosted internally on infrastructure managed by the State of Minnesota. Since early 2018, Trace First has provided hosting and operation of the system on our Amazon-based infrastructure.
Mississippi Board of Animal Health
We've hosted and supported Mississippi's CoreOne system since 2012.
USAHA & NIAA
We operate the www.interstatelivestock.com site for USAHA and NIAA.
Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
VDACS have used StateVet.com to process traceability data since 2014
Texas Animal Health Commission
TAHC have been a StateVet.com subscriber since 2014 and process large volumes of traceability data through that platform.