Idaho Statutes Title 25. Animals

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  • Chapter 1. Control of Sheep Diseases
  • Chapter 2. Inspection and Suppression of Diseases Among Livestock
  • Chapter 3. Tuberculosis Free Areas
  • Chapter 4. Livestock Disease Control--Tuberculosis
  • Chapter 6. Bang's Disease
  • Chapter 8. Artificial Insemination of Domestic Animals--License to Practice
  • Chapter 9. Taylor Grazing Act Preferences
  • Chapter 10. Liabilities of Stock Ranchers
  • Chapter 11. State Brand Board
  • Chapter 13. Driving from Range or Herding Livestock
  • Chapter 16. Record of Brands on Slaughtered Cattle
  • Chapter 17. Livestock Markets
  • Chapter 19. Miscellaneous Offenses Relating to Livestock
  • Chapter 20. Leases of Livestock
  • Chapter 21. Animals Running at Large
  • Chapter 22. Trespass of Animals
  • Chapter 23. Estrays
  • Chapter 24. Herd Districts
  • Chapter 25. Idaho Horse Board
  • Chapter 26. Extermination of Wild Animals and Pests in Counties
  • Chapter 27. Idaho Commercial Feed Law
  • Chapter 28. Dogs
  • Chapter 29. Beef Promotion
  • Chapter 30. Fur Farms
  • Chapter 31. Dairy Products--Marketing
  • Chapter 32. Rendering Establishments
  • Chapter 33. Idaho Livestock Dealer Licensing
  • Chapter 34. Pork Promotion Assessment Act
  • Chapter 35. Animal Care
  • Chapter 36. Ratites
  • Chapter 37. Domestic Cervidae Farms
  • Chapter 38. Agriculture Odor Management Act
  • Chapter 39. Importation or Possession of Deleterious Exotic Animals
  • Chapter 40. Poultry Environmental Act

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