New Mexico Statutes Chapter 41. Torts § 41-10-5. Donated game meat products

A. Wild game meat products may be donated by hunters, taken to a commercial meat processor for preparation and delivery to charitable, religious or other nonprofit organizations and served for human consumption at no charge if transported, stored and processed according to procedures established by the department of environment.

B. For purposes of this section, “wild game” means deer, elk, antelope, caribou, ibex, oryx and Barbary sheep.


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