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For all poultry offered for importation from Mexico, the importer or his or her agent shall present two copies of a declaration as provided in § 93.206.
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§ 1622 - Duties of Secretary relating to agricultural products
§ 8301 - Findings
§ 8302 - Definitions
§ 8303 - Restriction on importation or entry
§ 8304 - Exportation
§ 8305 - Interstate movement
§ 8306 - Seizure, quarantine, and disposal
§ 8307 - Inspections, seizures, and warrants
§ 8308 - Detection, control, and eradication of diseases and pests
§ 8309 - Veterinary accreditation program
§ 8310 - Cooperation
§ 8311 - Reimbursable agreements
§ 8312 - Administration and claims
§ 8313 - Penalties
§ 8314 - Enforcement
§ 8315 - Regulations and orders
§ 8316 - Authorization of appropriations
§ 8317 - Effect on regulations
§ 136 - Additional inspection services
§ 136a - Collection of fees for inspection services
§ 9701 - Fees and charges for Government services and things of value
Title 9 published on 2015-01-01
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 9 CFR Part 93 after this date.
We are amending the regulations to recognize the State of Sonora as a region in Mexico that is free of fever ticks. We are also establishing an exemption from acaricide dipping treatment requirements, and the documentation requirements associated with such dipping, that were formerly applicable to cattle and other ruminants originating from Sonora as a condition of eligibility for entry to the United States, provided that certain conditions are met. This action will remove restrictions on the importation of cattle and other ruminants from Sonora that we believe are no longer necessary and reduce the costs associated with tick dipping for exporters and importers of ruminants.
We are withdrawing an interim rule that established regulations to restrict the interstate movement and importation into the United States of live fish that are susceptible to viral hemorrhagic septicemia, a highly contagious disease of certain fresh and saltwater fish. We are taking this action after considering the comments we received following the publication of the interim rule, which subsequently delayed the effective date of the interim rule indefinitely.