(a) The animal health commissioner, through rules and regulations, may exempt occasional
livestock sales or issue a license for such occasional livestock sales at a fee of
not more than $100 without a hearing.
(b) All livestock consigned and delivered on the premises of any licensed occasional
livestock sale, before being offered for sale, shall be inspected by a licensed veterinarian
who shall visually examine each animal consigned to such sale, for the purpose of
determining its condition of health and freedom of clinical signs of infectious or
contagious animal diseases that are determined to be reportable by the animal health
commissioner. Such veterinarian may issue certificates of inspections, on a form to be approved
by the commissioner.
(c) Licensed occasional livestock sales shall not: (1) Collect a fee per head pursuant
to K.S.A. 47-1011, and amendments thereto; (2) collect an inspection fee per head pursuant to K.S.A. 47-1008, and amendments thereto; or (3) be required to furnish a bond in the manner required
by K.S.A. 47-1002, and amendments thereto.
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