New Mexico Statutes Chapter 77. Animals and Livestock

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  • Article 1. Dogs and Domesticated Animals
  • Article 1A. Dangerous Dog
  • Article 1B. Animal Sheltering
  • Article 2. Livestock Board
  • Article 2A. Beef Council
  • Article 3. Control of Contagious Diseases
  • Article 4. Eradication of Scabies
  • Article 5. Eradication of Tuberculosis
  • Article 7. Feeding of Hogs
  • Article 8. Sheep
  • Article 8A. Sheep and Goats
  • Article 9. Brands, Ownership, Transportation and Sale of Animals
  • Article 9A. Cattle and Sheep Rest Stations
  • Article 10. Livestock Auction Markets
  • Article 11. Herding
  • Article 12. Herd Law Districts
  • Article 13. Estrays
  • Article 14. Trespass and Running at Large
  • Article 15. Predatory Wild Animals and Rodent Pests
  • Article 16. Fences
  • Article 17. Abattoirs, Meat Dealers and Storage Plants
  • Article 18. General Animal Regulations

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