Wisconsin and Minnesota have finally reached an agreement making it unnecessary to have a health certificate if you are just going to a show or trail ride across the border.(However some horse shows will require a health certificate and you need to follow the show rules.)
If a horse will be in Wisconsin for 7 days or longer or if it is changing ownership, then a health certificate is still required.Current negative Coggins tests are always required to cross state lines.
Wisconsin requires your Coggins to be dated within the same calendar year as your visit.Minnesota considers your Coggins to be current for 1 year from the actual date the blood was drawn.
This information was verified by the Sunrise Equine Veterinary Services in North Branch with the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture Animal Health and from the Minnesota Department of Animal Health.The recent agreement was included in ATCP 10.36 sub div 2.