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Title 9Chapter ISubchapter CPart 72


TITLE 9—Animals and Animal Products

CHAPTER I—ANIMAL AND PLANT HEALTH INSPECTION SERVICE, DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

SUBCHAPTER C—INTERSTATE TRANSPORTATION OF ANIMALS (INCLUDING POULTRY) AND ANIMAL PRODUCTS

PART 72—BOVINE BABESIOSIS

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§72.1
Interstate movement of infested or exposed animals prohibited.
§72.2
Restrictions on movement of cattle.
§72.3
Areas quarantined in the Virgin Islands of the United States, the Northern Mariana Islands, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and the Island of Guam.
§72.4
[Reserved]
§72.5
Area quarantined in Texas.
§72.6
Interstate movement of cattle from quarantined areas not eradicating ticks.
§72.7
Interstate movement of cattle from cooperating States.
§72.8
Interstate movement of cattle from free premises upon inspection and certification by APHIS inspector.
§72.9
Interstate movements of cattle; inspection and certification by APHIS inspector required.
§72.10
Inspected or dipped and certified cattle subject to restrictions of State of destination.
§72.11
Quarantined area; cattle considered infested; requirements for placing in noninfectious pens or premises.
§72.12
Cattle; exposure to tick infestation after treatment or inspection prohibited.
§72.13
Permitted dips and procedures.
§72.14
[Reserved]
§72.15
Owners assume responsibility; must execute agreement prior to dipping or treatment waiving all claims against United States.
§72.16
Designated dipping stations to be approved by the Administrator, APHIS on recommendations of State authorities; facilities.
§72.17
Unloading noninfected cattle for rest, feed, and water only, permitted in authorized pens for such purpose.
§72.18
Movement interstate; specification by the Deputy Administrator, Veterinary Services of treatment required when dipping facilities unavailable.
§72.19
Interstate shipments and use of pine straw, grass, litter from quarantined area; prohibited until disinfected.
§72.20
Exhibition of noninfected cattle in the quarantined area; restrictions under which permitted.
§72.21
Animals infested with or exposed to ticks subject to same restrictions as cattle.
§72.22
Cars, vehicles, and premises; cleaning and treatment after containing infested or exposed animals.
§72.23
Cars or other vehicles having carried infested or exposed cattle in quarantined area shall be cleaned and treated.
§72.24
Litter and manure from carriers and premises of tick-infested animals; destruction or treating required.
§72.25
Dipping methods.


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