Nev. Admin. Code § 571.035 - Sheep

Current through August 4, 2021

A person shall not ship, transport or otherwise move sheep into Nevada unless:

1. Each sheep is:
(a) Accompanied by an entry permit;
(b) Individually identified using official scrapie identification; and
(c) Specified on a health certificate that includes:
(1) A statement by the issuing veterinarian that the sheep is not exhibiting clinical signs associated with scrapie at the time of examination;
(2) A statement by the owner verifying that the sheep is not a scrapie-positive animal, suspect animal, high-risk animal or exposed animal and that the sheep did not originate from an infected flock, source flock, exposed flock or noncompliant flock;
(3) For a breeding animal, the flock of birth of the sheep; and
(4) A unique identifying number for the sheep that is consistent with official scrapie identification.
2. All breeding rams that are 6 months of age or older are tested for Brucella ovis on the Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA) test and react negatively to that test within 30 days before entry into this State.
3. The person complies with any additional rules and regulations governing the importation of sheep adopted by the State Quarantine Officer.

Notes

Nev. Admin. Code § 571.035
Added to NAC by St. Quarantine Officer, eff. 7-8-92; A by R060-06, 6-28-2006

NRS 562.250, 571.120, 571.210

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