Nev. Admin. Code § 571.070 - Poultry and birds
Current through August 4, 2021
NRS 571.120, 571.130, 571.210
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NAC 571.070 Poultry and birds. (NRS 571.120, 571.130, 571.210)
1. A person shall not ship, transport or otherwise move chickens, turkeys, or other poultry or domesticated birds into Nevada unless each chicken, turkey, other poultry or bird is accompanied by a health certificate.
2. Poultry and game birds that have been reared in captivity and hatching eggs must be produced from flocks which meet the requirements concerning pullorum typhoid mycoplasma gallispeticum and mycoplasma synoviae set forth in the “National Poultry Improvement Plan” or the “National Turkey Improvement Plan” which are hereby adopted by reference. The health certificate must verify that the poultry, game birds or hatching eggs meet the requirements of the applicable plan. The plans are available without charge from the United States Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Division, Federal Building, Hyattsville, Maryland 20782.
3. Permission for entry of an exotic or wild bird into this State must be obtained from the Department of Wildlife, P.O. Box 10678, Reno, Nevada 89510, telephone number (775) 688-1500.
[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)