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24.0307 Ruminants, swine, dogs and cats, poultry, and meat.

Cite as [A.S.A.C. § 24.0307]

(a) No ruminants or swine or fresh, chilled or frozen beef, veal, mutton, lamb, or pork may plague is known to exist, and no permits will be issued for such importation.

(b) All ruminants and swine offered for importation from any part of the world, except as provided in 24.0309 shall be accompanied by a certificate of a salaried veterinary officer or other competent authority of the government of the place of origin, stating that such animals have been kept in that place at least 60 days immediately preceding the date of movement therefrom and that the country, during such period, has been entirely free from foot-and-mouth disease, rinderpest, contagious pleuropneumonia, and surra; provided however that in the case of sheep, goats, and swine, the certificate, insofar as it relates to contagious pleuropneumonia, may specify freedom from such disease of the district of origin only. For domestic swine, the certificate shall also show that for 60 days immediately preceding the date of movement from the premises or origin no erysipelas has existed on the premises of origin or on adjoining premises.

(c) All poultry and poultry products, except as provided in 24.0309, offered for importation from any part of the world, shall be accompanied by a certificate of a salaried veterinary officer of the government of the place of origin stating that such poultry and their flock or flocks of origin were inspected on the premises of origin immediately before the date of movement from such place and that they were then found to be free of evidence of pullorum disease and other communicable disease, and that as far as it has been possible to determine, no case of European fowl pest (fowl plague) or Newcastle disease (avian pneumoencephalitis); occurred in the locality or localities where the poultry were kept during such period. All eggs for hatching offered for importation from any part of the world shall be accompanied by a certificate of a salaried veterinary officer or other competent authority of the government of the country of origin stating that flock or flocks of origin were found upon inspection to be free from evidence of pullorumn disease (hacillary white diarrhea) and other communicable disease and that as far as it has been able to determine such flock or flocks were not exposed to any such disease common to poultry during the preceding 60 days.

(d) All dogs and cats offered for importation from any part of the world, except as provided in 24.0306, shall be accompanied by a satisfactory certificate of a salaried veterinary officer or other competent authority of the government of the place of origin stating that the animal has been given a prophylactic dose of antirabies vaccine no later than 30 days prior to date of arrival at the port of entry.

History: Ex. Ord. 1, eff Jan 55, Plant and Animal Qual. Regs. Part 2 § 3.

Prior history: Water Quality Standards, eff Jul 73.