Current through Register Vol. 45, No. 6, March 25, 2022
The Board will provide prenumbered direct to slaughter movement permits to each
certified feedlot, pursuant to §
7.2. Each lot or pen must be
listed on the direct to slaughter movement permit.
Each direct to slaughter movement permit
must include the following information:
7.3.1. The name of the certified
7.3.2. The legal owner(s)
of the animals shipped;
number of animals shipped, showing the number of heifers, cows, bulls, steers
and lot or pen number;
date the shipment was sent; and,
7.3.5. The name, city and state of the United
States Department of Agriculture ("USDA") licensed and registered packing plant
where the animals are consigned for slaughter.
7.4. Certified feedlots may ship cattle to a
Colorado licensed market without the feedlot inspection provided that the
seller's invoice from the licensed market is filed in chronological order in
the "out file."
7.5. Any animal
leaving a certified feedlot to any destination other than direct to a USDA
licensed and registered packing plant must be inspected by an Inspector
immediately prior to shipment, and all applicable fees must be paid, except as
defined in Part 7.4. above.
Any animal removed by a byproducts company as dead or dying must be documented
by a copy of the receipt from the byproducts company, filed in the "out file"
in chronological order.
voided direct to slaughter movement permit must be marked "void." The feedlot
copy must be filed as required in Part 6.. The original (white) copy and the
slaughter facility (blue) copy of the voided direct to slaughter movement
permit must be received by the Board by the 5th day of the month following the
month in which the permit is prepared, along with office copies of the direct
to slaughter movement permits issued and not voided.