Nev. Admin. Code § 571.030 - Horses, mules and asses
Current through August 4, 2021
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NAC 571.030 Horses, mules and asses. (NRS 571.120, 571.210)
1. A person shall not ship, transport or otherwise move a horse, mule or ass into this State unless the horse, mule or ass:
(a) Is accompanied by a certificate of veterinary inspection; and
(b) Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, reacts negatively to a test for equine infectious anemia that was conducted within 1 year before the date of entry into this State.
2. The following horses, mules or asses are exempt from testing for equine infectious anemia:
(a) A nursing foal which is less than 6 months of age and which is accompanied by its dam if its dam has reacted negatively to such a test.
(b) Horses from Nevada that are used outside the State for seasonal ranching purposes only.
[Dep’t of Agriculture Reg., 55, eff. 9-1-64; A 7-15-71; 10-1-71; 4-1-77] — (NAC A by St. Quarantine Officer, 7-8-92; A by Dep’t of Agriculture by R019-15, 12-21-2016)