9 CFR 311.10 - Anaplasmosis, anthrax, babesiosis, bacillary hemoglobinuria in cattle, blackleg, bluetongue, hemorrhagic septicemia, icterohematuria in sheep, infectious bovine...inflammatory lameness, extensive fistula, and unhealed vaccine lesions.
(3) Unhealed vaccine lesions (vaccinia).
(5) Purpura hemorrhagica.
(7) Infectious equine encephalomye-litis.
(8) Toxic encephalomyelitis (forage poisoning).
(9) Infectious anemia (swamp fever).
(11) Acute influenza.
(12) Generalized osteoporosis.
(13) Glanders (farcy).
(14) Acute inflammatory lameness.
(15) Extensive fistula.
(b)Carcasses of livestock affected with or showing lesions of any of the following named diseases or conditions shall be condemned, except when recovery has occurred to the extent that only localized lesions persist, in which case the carcass may be passed for human food after removal and condemnation of the affected organs or other parts:
(2) Bacillary hemoglobinuria in cattle.
(3) Babesiosis (piroplasmosis).
(5) Hemorrhagic septicemia.
(6) Icterohematuria in sheep.
(7) Infectious bovine rhinotracheitis.
(9) Malignant epizootic catarrh.
- 9 CFR 309.2 — Livestock Suspected of Being Diseased or Affected With Certain Conditions; Identifying Suspects; Disposition on Post-Mortem Inspection or Otherwise.
- 9 CFR 309.4 — Livestock Showing Symptoms of Certain Metabolic, Toxic, Nervous, or Circulatory Disturbances, Nutritional Imbalances, or Infectious or Parasitic Diseases.
Title 9 published on 2015-12-04.
No entries appear in the Federal Register after this date, for 9 CFR Part 311.