Or. Admin. R. 603-012-0027 - Dairy Cattle and Hogs Retained in Separate Pens

(1)
(a) "Dairy cattle" for the purposes set forth in ORS 599.275 and 599.285, and for the purposes of this section means and applies only to milk cows sold and described at the livestock auction market as a milk producing animal to be moved to a farm or ranch primarily for milk production for human consumption;
(b) All other cattle of the recognized breeds used primarily for milk production and crosses of such breeds, including crosses with beef type animals, should be considered as being held for sale, sold, or purchased only for slaughter purposes.
(2) All dairy cattle entering a livestock auction market, or the market zone of such market, shall be placed and retained before and after sale in clean, disinfected, and segregated pens kept solely for that purpose. This requirement however does not apply to:
(a) Cattle defined and set forth in subsection (1)(b) of this rule;
(b) Dairy cattle under six months of age;
(c) Steers or spayed females; or
(d) Any other dairy animal which by reason of age, disease, or other condition is to be handled, sold, and purchased only for slaughter purposes.
(3) All hogs entering the market zone of a livestock auction market shall be placed and retained before and after sale in clean, disinfected, and segregated pens kept solely for that purpose.

Notes

Or. Admin. R. 603-012-0027
AD 850(22-67), f. 9-5-67, ef. 9-13-67; AD 902(8-69), f. 7-15-69, ef. 8-1-69

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

Stats. Implemented: ORS 599.275

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