Utah Admin. Code R70-320-8 - Suspended Milk for Manufacturing

(1) The department may suspend the permit of a producer if :
(a) a new producer's milk does not meet the requirements for acceptable milk;
(b) the milk has been in No. 3 sediment content classification for more than ten calendar days;
(c) the milk has been classified "undergrade" for bacterial estimate for more than four successive weeks;
(d) three out of the last five samples tested for somatic cells exceed the allowable limit;
(e) a growth inhibitor or pesticide residue exceeds actionable level; or
(f) if the producer refuses to permit farm inspection.
(2) When a plant discontinues receiving milk from a producer for any of the reasons listed in this section, it shall notify the department immediately and confirm, in writing, that the plant has discontinued receiving milk from a producer for any of the reasons listed in this section.
(3) Milk from a producer whose milk has been excluded from the market may be re-accepted by a plant when the cause for exclusions has been corrected and the milk classified as acceptable.

Notes

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

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