Or. Admin. R. 603-012-0011 - Catching Chutes for Livestock Disease Purposes

(1) Each livestock auction market shall maintain one or more catching chutes for testing, treating, or examining livestock for disease purposes.
(2) Chutes shall be constructed of strong materials equipped for segregation of livestock, headed by a stanchion, permitting free access to livestock and constructed to provide shelter from the elements as well as prevent danger of physical injury to employees or veterinarians.
(3) Chutes and access alleys to the chutes shall be floored with concrete or other impervious material and otherwise constructed to permit thorough cleaning, drainage, and disinfecting thereof, and shall be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected after each sale. The construction of floors of catching chutes and access alleys shall be approved by the Department.
(4) Chutes shall be lighted sufficiently to permit the proper examination and treatment of livestock.
(5) Chutes shall be of such number and so located within the market area to permit ready access by livestock at all times.


Or. Admin. R. 603-012-0011
AD 850(22-67), f. 9-5-67, ef. 9-13-67; AD 959(25-71), f. 11-29-71, ef. 12-15-71; AD 1-1981, f. & ef. 1-9-81

Stat. Auth.: ORS 596, ORS 597, & ORS 599

Stats. Implemented: ORS 599.305

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