New Jersey Statutes Title 4. Agriculture and Domestic Animals

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  • Chapter 1. Department of Agriculture
  • Chapter 1B. Agricultural Preserves
  • Chapter 1C. Agricultural Development and Farmland Preservation
  • Chapter 2. Breeding of Live Stock
  • Chapter 2A. Breeding and Raising of Animals
  • Chapter 3. Poultry and Eggs
  • Chapter 4. Feeding Stuffs for Live Stock and Poultry
  • Chapter 5. Diseases of Animals and Poultry
  • Chapter 5A. Disposal of Dead Animals
  • Chapter 6. Diseases of Bees
  • Chapter 7. Plant and Tree Diseases;  Insects;  Weeds
  • Chapter 8. Agricultural and Forest Seeds and Nursery Stock
  • Chapter 8B. Grain
  • Chapter 9. Fertilizers and Other Preparations for Soils
  • Chapter 10. Marketing and Distribution of Agricultural and Other Products
  • Chapter 11. Commission Merchants, Dealers and Brokers, and Their Agents
  • Chapter 12. Receiving, Buying, Testing, Sampling and Weighing of Milk and Cream
  • Chapter 12A. Control of Production, Distribution and Sale of Milk, Etc.
  • Chapter 13. Agricultural Co-Operative Associations
  • Chapter 14. Agricultural Organizations in General
  • Chapter 15. Agricultural Fairs and Exhibitions
  • Chapter 16. Agricultural Experiment Station;  Farm Demonstration
  • Chapter 17. Protection of Crops, Plants and Timber
  • Chapter 18A. Administration of Federal Funds
  • Chapter 19. Dogs, Taxation and Liability for Injuries Caused by
  • Chapter 19A. Animal Population Control
  • Chapter 20. Fencing and Relation Thereof to Damages by or to Animals
  • Chapter 21. Stray and Trespassing Animals in General
  • Chapter 21B. Clinics for Cats and Dogs
  • Chapter 22. Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
  • Chapter 22A. Disposal of Domestic Animals
  • Chapter 23. Procedure for the Recovery of Penalties
  • Chapter 24. Soil Conservation
  • Chapter 27. Aquaculture Development

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