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As used in this act:
(a) “Council” means the Kansas sheep council.
(b) “Purchaser” means any person, public or private corporation, association or partnership who buys sheep or wool from the seller or acts as an agent for the sale or slaughter transaction.
(c) “Producer” means a person who is actively engaged within this state in the business of producing or marketing sheep or wool and who receives income from the production of sheep or wool.
(d) “Sale” or “sold” means a transaction in which the property in or to sheep or wool is transferred from the seller to a purchaser for full or partial consideration.
(e) “Secretary” means the secretary of agriculture.
(f) “Sheep” means an animal of the ovine species, produced, fed, slaughtered or marketed in this state.
(g) “Wool” means the natural fiber produced by sheep.
(h) “Seller” means any private entity or corporation that sells sheep or wool.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Kansas Statutes Chapter 47. Livestock and Domestic Animals § 47-2001. Definitions - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ks/chapter-47-livestock-and-domestic-animals/ks-st-sect-47-2001.html
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