The Deputy State Veterinarian will inspect animals presented at markets for the
purpose of determining the disposition of sick, injured or dying animals
including those showing lesions indicative of cancer-eye
(2) The Deputy State
Veterinarian will consult with the livestock market operator when he/she
determines that an animal should be denied access to the market. Diagnostic
determinations of conditions causing denial of access or other handling of
sick, injured or dying animals are not required for the exercise of authority
by the Deputy State Veterinarian.
(3) The Deputy State Veterinarian will assure
that all livestock consigned to slaughter (for any reason) are marked in
accordance with the applicable administrative rule and that the required
form/forms is/are properly completed and copies distributed. Particular
attention will be paid to the execution of USDA/APHIS Form 1-27.
(4) The Deputy State Veterinarian shall be
responsible for all official inoculations, tests and health inspections
required of livestock entering the livestock auction market
(5) The Deputy State
Veterinarian shall complete forms and reports as required by the Department
including copies of all brucellosis test charts issued at each sale, showing
the number of cattle tested, the number negative the number of suspects and the
number of reactors, including the reactor tag numbers, and certifying that all
reactors and suspects were handled in compliance with the UM&Rs. All forms
and reports shall be forwarded to the State Veterinarian within 48 hours of the
completion of the sale.
Or. Admin. R.
AD 850(22-67), f. 9-5-67,
ef. 9-13-67; AD 902(8-69), f. 7-15-69, ef. 8-1-69; AD 959(25-71), f. 11-29-71,
ef. 12-15-71; AD 1006(20-73), f. 12-5-73, ef. 12-25-73; AD 1-1981, f. & ef.
1-9-81; AD 3-1984, f. & ef. 1-20-84
Stat. Auth.: ORS 561 & ORS 596
Stats. Implemented: ORS