Nev. Admin. Code § 571.045 - Permit to move cattle or bison

Current through August 4, 2021

1. An owner of native cattle or bison who has his or her principal place of operation in Nevada and who owns or controls property in an adjoining state may apply for a permit to move the native cattle or bison between the principal place of operation and the property without obtaining an entry permit or a health certificate. The officer who is responsible for managing livestock in each state where the cattle or bison graze must approve the permit. The permit is valid for 1 year and must be renewed annually. As used in this subsection, "native cattle or bison" means cattle or bison bearing a brand that is registered in Nevada.
2. An owner of cattle or bison who has his or her principal base of operation in another state may apply for a permit to move the cattle or bison into Nevada for grazing without obtaining an entry permit or a health certificate under such conditions as are specified by the Administrator. The permit is valid for not more than 12 months as determined by the Administrator and must be renewed upon expiration.

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Nev. Admin. Code § 571.045
Added to NAC by St. Quarantine Officer, eff. 7-8-92; A by R031-01, 4-2-2002

NRS 571.120, 571.210

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