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(a) Movement of domestic animals for slaughter. Domestic animals that are positive to an official Johne's disease test may be moved interstate for slaughter if:
(1) The animals are moved directly to a recognized slaughtering establishment or to an approved livestock facility for sale to a recognized slaughtering establishment;
(2) An owner-shipper statement that identifies the animals as positive to an official Johne's disease test accompanies the animals during the movement and is delivered to the consignee;
(3) Each animal bears an official eartag; and
(4) The animals are moved to the destination in one continuous movement without unloading.
(b) Other movements. The Administrator may, upon request in specific cases, allow domestic animals that are positive to an official Johne's disease test to be moved interstate other than as provided in paragraph (a) of this section, under such conditions as the Administrator may prescribe in each case to prevent the spread of Johne's disease. The Administrator will promptly notify the State animal health officials of the States involved of any such action.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Code of Federal Regulations Title 9. Animals and Animal Products § 9.80.3 Movement of domestic animals that are positive to an official Johne's disease test - last updated October 03, 2022 | https://codes.findlaw.com/cfr/title-9-animals-and-animal-products/cfr-sect-9-80-3/
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