Utah Admin. Code R70-320-6 - Animal Health

(1) Health of Herd.
(a) General Health. Each animal in the herd shall be maintained in a healthy condition, and shall be properly fed and kept.
(b) Tuberculin Test.
(i) The herd shall be located in an area within the state that meets the requirements of a modified accredited area.
(ii) If the herd is not located in a modified accredited area, it shall be tested annually under the jurisdiction of this rule.
(iii) Each addition to the herd shall be from an area or from herds meeting these requirements.
(c) Brucellosis Test.
(i) The herd shall be located in an area within the state that meets the requirements of a modified accredited area.
(ii) If the area in which the herd is located does not meet these requirements, the herd shall be blood-tested annually or milk ring tested semi-annually.
(iii) Each addition to the herd shall be from an area or from herds meeting the requirements of Plan A for the eradication of brucellosis in accordance with the U.S. Department of Agriculture Brucellosis Eradication: Uniform Methods and Rules.
(d) Mastitis and Drug Residues. Milk from cows known to be infected with mastitis or milk containing residues of drugs used in treating mastitis or any other infection shall not be sold or offered for sale for human food.

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Utah Admin. Code R70-320-6
Amended by Utah State Bulletin Number 2022-16, effective 8/8/2022

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