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Title 9 Animals and Animal Products Part / Section
Chapter III Food Safety and Inspection Service, Department of Agriculture 300 – 599
Subchapter A Agency Organization and Terminology; Mandatory Meat and Poultry Products Inspection and Voluntary Inspection and Certification 300 – 381
Part 309 Ante-Mortem Inspection 309.1 – 309.19
§ 309.1 Ante-mortem inspection on premises of official establishments.
§ 309.2 Livestock suspected of being diseased or affected with certain conditions; identifying suspects; disposition on post-mortem inspection or otherwise.
§ 309.3 Dead, dying, disabled, or diseased and similar livestock.
§ 309.4 Livestock showing symptoms of certain metabolic, toxic, nervous, or circulatory disturbances, nutritional imbalances, or infectious or parasitic diseases.
§ 309.5 Swine; disposal because of hog cholera.
§ 309.6 Epithelioma of the eye.
§ 309.7 Livestock affected with anthrax; cleaning and disinfection of infected livestock pens and driveways.
§ 309.8 Cattle affected with anasarca and generalized edema.
§ 309.9 Swine erysipelas.
§ 309.10 Onset of parturition.
§ 309.11 Vaccine livestock.
§ 309.12 Emergency slaughter; inspection prior to.
§ 309.13 Disposition of condemned livestock.
§ 309.14 Brucellosis-reactor goats.
§ 309.15 Vesicular diseases.
§ 309.16 Livestock suspected of having biological residues.
§ 309.17 Livestock used for research.
§ 309.18 Official marks and devices for purposes of ante-mortem inspection.
§ 309.19 Market hog segregation under the new swine slaughter inspection system.