(a) Each person who has cattle, hogs, sheep, or goats shall have and may use one or
more earmarks, brands, tattoos, or electronic devices differing from the earmarks,
brands, tattoos, and electronic devices of the person's neighbors.
(b) A person who owns a horse may have and use one or more of the following to identify
(1) a brand differing from the brand of the person's neighbors, including a fire or
electric heat brand, freeze brand, acid brand, or hoof brand;
(2) an earmark differing from the earmark of the person's neighbors;
(3) a tattoo differing from the tattoo of the person's neighbors;
(4) an electronic device; or
(5) another generally accepted identification method.
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