Nev. Admin. Code § 571.060 - Goats

Current through August 4, 2021

1. A person shall not ship, transport or otherwise move goats into Nevada unless each goat 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 goat is not exhibiting clinical signs associated with scrapie at the time of examination;
(2) A statement signed by the owner certifying that the goat is not a scrapie-positive animal, suspect animal, high-risk animal or exposed animal and that the goat did not originate from an infected flock, source flock, exposed flock or noncompliant flock; and
(3) A unique identifying number for the goat that is consistent with official scrapie identification.
2. In addition to the requirements of subsection 1, a goat imported into Nevada for dairy or breeding purposes must have reacted negatively to tests for tuberculosis and brucellosis within the 30 days before the date of entry.


Nev. Admin. Code § 571.060
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; R060-06, 6-28-2006

NRS 571.120, 571.210

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