Nev. Admin. Code § 571.095 - Transportation of livestock: Stops for inspection; possession of health certificates; sanitation

Current through August 4, 2021

1. A person who is transporting livestock shall stop at a check point for inspection of the livestock if requested by an employee of the Department.
2. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 3, a person who is transporting livestock shall carry health certificates for the livestock. The health certificates must have been issued within the previous 30 days.
3. The following livestock are not required to have health certificates:
(a) Livestock being transported only within Nevada.
(b) Livestock being transported into Nevada for grazing if the driver has in his or her immediate possession a grazing permit issued by the Department.
(c) Livestock being transported into Nevada only for slaughter.
(d) Livestock being transported through Nevada if the state of destination for the livestock does not require a health certificate.
4. An owner or operator of a conveyance used for transporting livestock shall maintain the conveyance in a sanitary condition. If a conveyance is used to transport livestock infected with or exposed to an infectious disease, the owner or operator must have the conveyance cleaned and disinfected if so ordered by the Administrator.

Notes

Nev. Admin. Code § 571.095
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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