Nev. Admin. Code § 571.550 - Exhibition or transfer of ownership of goat or sheep; removal of goat or sheep from slaughter channels

Current through August 4, 2021

1. A person who exhibits a goat or sheep at an exhibition, show or fair shall provide for the goat or sheep official scrapie identification to its flock of birth.
2. A person who transfers ownership of a goat or sheep within Nevada shall provide for the goat or sheep official scrapie identification to its flock of birth if the goat or sheep is:
(a) A goat or sheep that is not in slaughter channels, excluding:
(1) A low-risk commercial goat; or
(2) A low-risk commercial sheep that is under 18 months of age from a low-risk commercial flock;
(b) A sheep that is 18 months of age or older;
(c) An exposed animal;
(d) A suspect animal;
(e) A test-positive animal;
(f) A high-risk animal;
(g) A low-risk exposed animal;
(h) A genetically susceptible exposed animal;
(i) A genetically less susceptible exposed sheep;
(j) A genetically resistant exposed sheep; or
(k) A goat or sheep from a noncompliant flock.
3. A person shall not remove a goat or sheep from slaughter channels unless the animal:
(a) Has official scrapie identification to its flock of birth;
(b) Is not from an inconsistent state; and
(c) Is not an:
(1) Exposed animal;
(2) Animal from an infected flock; or
(3) Animal from a source flock.

Notes

Nev. Admin. Code § 571.550
Added to NAC by St. Quarantine Officer by R060-06, eff. 6-28-2006

NRS 562.250, 571.120

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