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Title 9Chapter IIISubchapter APart 311


TITLE 9—Animals and Animal Products

CHAPTER III—FOOD SAFETY AND INSPECTION SERVICE, DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

SUBCHAPTER A—AGENCY ORGANIZATION AND TERMINOLOGY; MANDATORY MEAT AND POULTRY PRODUCTS INSPECTION AND VOLUNTARY INSPECTION AND CERTIFICATION

PART 311—DISPOSAL OF DISEASED OR OTHERWISE ADULTERATED CARCASSES AND PARTS

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§311.1
Disposal of diseased or otherwise adulterated carcasses and parts; general.
§311.2
Tuberculosis.
§311.3
Hog cholera.
§311.5
Swine erysipelas.
§311.6
Diamond-skin disease.
§311.7
Arthritis.
§311.8
Cattle carcasses affected with anasarca or generalized edema.
§311.9
Actinomycosis and actinobacillosis.
§311.10
Anaplasmosis, anthrax, babesiosis, bacillary hemoglobinuria in cattle, blackleg, bluetongue, hemorrhagic septicemia, icterohematuria in sheep, infectious bovine rhinotracheitis, leptospirosis, malignant epizootic catarrh, strangles, purpura hemorrhagica, azoturia, infectious equine encephalomyelitis, toxic encephalomyelitis (forage poisoning), infectious anemia (swamp fever), dourine, acute influenza, generalized osteoporosis, glanders (farcy), acute inflammatory lameness, extensive fistula, and unhealed vaccine lesions.
§311.11
Neoplasms.
§311.12
Epithelioma of the eye.
§311.13
Pigmentary conditions; melanosis, xanthosis, ochronosis, etc.
§311.14
Abrasions, bruises, abscesses, pus, etc.
§311.15
Brucellosis.
§311.16
Carcasses so infected that consumption of the meat may cause food poisoning.
§311.17
Necrobacillosis, pyemia, and septicemia.
§311.18
Caseous lymphadenitis.
§311.19
Icterus.
§311.20
Sexual odor of swine.
§311.21
Mange or scab.
§311.22
Hogs affected with urticaria, tinea tonsurans, demodex follicurlorum, or erythema.
§311.23
Tapeworm cysts (cysticercus bovis) in cattle.
§311.24
Hogs affected with tapeworm cysts.
§311.25
Parasites not transmissible to man; tapeworm cysts in sheep; hydatid cysts; flukes; gid bladder-worms.
§311.26
Emaciation.
§311.27
Injured animals slaughtered at unusual hours.
§311.28
Carcasses of young calves, pigs, kids, lambs, and foals.
§311.29
Unborn and stillborn animals.
§311.30
Livestock suffocated and hogs scalded alive.
§311.31
Livers affected with carotenosis; livers designated as “telangiectatic,” “sawdust,” or “spotted.”
§311.32
Vesicular diseases.
§311.33
Listeriosis.
§311.34
Anemia.
§311.35
Muscular inflammation, degeneration, or infiltration.
§311.36
Coccidioidal granuloma.
§311.37
Odors, foreign and urine.
§311.38
Meat and meat byproducts from livestock which have been exposed to radiation.
§311.39
Biological residues.


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