Nev. Admin. Code § 583.400 - Antemortem examination

1. An antemortem examination must be made of all cattle, sheep, swine, goats or other meat food animals before slaughter. This examination must be on the day of slaughter, in pens on the premises.
2. Horses, mules or burros must not be slaughtered in the same establishment as other animals for human consumption.
3. Each slaughter establishment must obtain the current Regulations Governing Meat Inspection of the Department of Agriculture and at all times have a copy of this booklet on the premises. The regulations regarding definitions, composition and labeling apply.
4. Diseased animals, carcasses and parts must be disposed of according to the Regulations Governing Meat Inspection of the Department of Agriculture.
5. Slaughtered animals must be cleaned and suspended from an overhead rail, then dressed, examined, prepared and processed, as described in Regulations Governing Meat Inspection of the Department of Agriculture. When the processing and examination of the animal has been completed, the acceptable carcasses and all primal cuts must be stamped with the authorized inspection stamp and numbered by the authorized inspector of the particular establishment.

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Nev. Admin. Code § 583.400
Bd. of Health, Meat, Poultry and Shellfish Reg. No. 3, eff. 7-2-62; A 8-21-62; renumbered as 2, 7-8-73

NRS 583.535

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