Or. Admin. R. 603-011-0281 - Importation of Cattle; Movement From A Scabies Infection Area

(1) "Scabies" means a contagious skin disease of cattle caused by mites (Acaridae) of the genera Psoroptes, Chorioptes, or Sarcoptes.
(2) "Ivermectin" means a proprietary product authorized and approved by the U.S. Department of Agriculture for the treatment, control or eradication of scabies in cattle.
(3) No person shall ship, trail, drive or otherwise move into Oregon any cattle which have been exposed to scabies infection or are infected with scabies or originate in a scabies quarantined area unless such movement is in compliance with the provisions of the Code of Federal Regulations ( 9 CFR 73 ) and the applicable provisions of OAR 603-011-0250 and 603-011-0255.
(4) Cattle or bison moving to Oregon from a scab infected area or state must be treated with Ivermectin or other effective treatment as approved in the Code of Federal Regulations within 10 days before entry;
(5) Treatment of cattle for scabies infection shall be under the direction of a representative of the U.S. Department of Agriculture or the origin state Department of Agriculture.


Or. Admin. R. 603-011-0281
AD 6-1985, f. & ef. 7-17-85; DOA 6-2011, f. & cert. ef. 1-7-11

Stat. Auth.: ORS 561 & 596

Stats. Implemented: ORS 596.341

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