Kan. Admin. Regs. § 9-3-1 - Definitions

Current through Register Vol. 41, No. 14, April 7, 2022

(1) Herd. A herd of swine shall include all swine on the premises of any owner of swine, or other person in possession, which swine are 6 months of age and over, exclusive of feeder swine maintained separate and apart from the swine kept for breeding purposes, and production therefrom.
(2) Negative herd test. A negative herd test means a test in which no agglutination titre exceeds a reaction of incomplete in the 1-100 dilution on the plate test or when no animal in the herd reacts on the brucella card test.
(3) Negative animal test. A negative animal test means a test in which the agglutination titre is negative in the 1-25 dilution on the plate test or negative on the brucella card test.
(4) Swine reactor. A swine reactor means any porcine animal showing a complete reaction in the 1-100 dilution of the blood agglutination test or complete agglutination on the brucella card test.
(5) Infected herd. An infected herd means any herd for which the herd test discloses one or more animals reacting completely in the dilution of 1-100 or higher on the plate test, then any animal in the herd showing a reaction of complete in dilution of 1-25, or higher shall be considered a reactor. Any animal in the herd reacting in the brucella card test.

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Kan. Admin. Regs. § 9-3-1
Authorized by K.S.A. 47-608, 47-610, and 47-657; effective Jan. 1, 1966; amended Jan. 1, 1969.

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