8 CCR 1205-4-4 - Required separation of cattle

Current through Register Vol. 45, No. 6, March 25, 2022

4.1. Any feedlot with a new certification or being reinstated after suspension or revocation must not commingle any cattle which enter the lot after the effective date of certification or reinstatement with cattle in the lot prior to such certification or reinstatement. All animals in the lot prior to the date of certification or reinstatement must be inspected prior to slaughter pursuant to the provisions of § 35-53-105, C.R.S., and all applicable fees must be paid at the time of such inspection.
4.2. All animals entering a certified feedlot not accompanied by a current brand inspection certificate or a purchase sheet from a brand inspection state specifically identifying the animals by brand or no brand shall be kept separate by source until inspected pursuant to § 35-53.5-109(3), C.R.S.
4.3. Animals may be held separate by source in any secure enclosure at the certified feedlot where proper animal care can be provided.
4.4. The facility must be such that animals held separate by source may be readily placed in an alley or other properly designed working area in which a thorough animal inspection may be accomplished by the assigned Inspector.
4.5. All loads or shipments of animals must be placed in the working area by the feedlot personnel prior to inspection.
4.6. A proper working area must contain alleys, chutes, gates, sorting pens and holding pens of adequate size to hold the number of animals requiring inspection.

Notes

40 CR 01, January 10, 2017, effective 1/30/2017

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