Utah Code Title 4. Utah Agricultural Code

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  • Chapter 1. Short Title and General Provisions
  • Chapter 2. Department--State Chemist--Enforcement
  • Chapter 3. Utah Dairy Act
  • Chapter 4. Eggs
  • Chapter 5. Utah Wholesome Food Act
  • Chapter 7. Livestock Dealers' Act
  • Chapter 8. Agricultural Fair Trade Act
  • Chapter 9. Weights and Measures
  • Chapter 10. Bedding, Upholstered Furniture, and Quilted Clothing Inspection Act
  • Chapter 11. Utah Bee Inspection Act
  • Chapter 12. Utah Commercial Feed Act
  • Chapter 13. Utah Fertilizer Act
  • Chapter 14. Utah Pesticide Control Act
  • Chapter 15. The Utah Nursery Act
  • Chapter 16. Utah Seed Act
  • Chapter 17. Utah Noxious Weed Act
  • Chapter 18. Conservation Commission Act
  • Chapter 19. Rural Rehabilitation
  • Chapter 20. Rangeland Improvement Act
  • Chapter 21. Beef Promotion
  • Chapter 22. Dairy Promotion Act
  • Chapter 23. Agricultural and Wildlife Damage Prevention Act
  • Chapter 24. Utah Livestock Brand and Anti-Theft Act
  • Chapter 25. Estraying and Trespassing Animals
  • Chapter 26. Animal Enclosures and Fences
  • Chapter 30. Livestock Markets
  • Chapter 31. Control of Animal Disease
  • Chapter 32. Utah Meat and Poultry Products Inspection and Licensing Act
  • Chapter 33. Motor Fuel Inspection Act
  • Chapter 34. Charitable Donation of Food
  • Chapter 35. Insect Infestation Emergency Control Act
  • Chapter 36. Pest Control Compact
  • Chapter 37. Aquaculture Act
  • Chapter 38. Utah Horse Regulation Act
  • Chapter 39. Domesticated Elk Act
  • Chapter 40. Cat and Dog Community Spay and Neuter Program Restricted Account Act
  • Chapter 41. Industrial Hemp Research Act

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